Fine Cut Blog Archive for July 2012
Prescription labels on medical packaging need to be a lot clearer as they are currently failing to 'attract patient's attention'.
Improved traffic-light labels on food products could help reduce cases of stomach cancer, it has been claimed.
A revamped town square in Galashiels which incorporates the lyrics of Marillion's biggest hit, 'Kayleigh' on its flagstones has been officially opened by the band front man, Fish.
Engraving tools with business names or work postcodes helps make them more easily traceable, police have pointed out.
Consumer product firm Unilever is planning to improve their sustainability efforts via materials sourcing and encouraging new consumer behaviours in order to halve its environmental footprint, reports businessweek.com.
Allergen information on food packs is set to gain consistency across the whole of Europe in order to make life easier for manufacturers and allergy sufferers.
Providing health information on 80 per cent of labels by the end of December 2013 is a target that alcohol firms are set to meet.