Food retailers and manufacturers have less than six months to ensure their products comply with new regulations.
The use of QR codes has increased by 20 per cent, according to year-on-year comparisons.
A Nigeria-based company wants action to be taken to address the incorrect application of cement in the country.
While there will always be a role for screen printing processes, one operation for which digital solutions prove preferable is that of colour management.
New research has shown just how many people want food items on shop shelves to display clearer information.
A US expert has said that food labelling should be universal across the states, in order to avoid confusion and unnecessary concerns being raised.
A new handset uses 3D printing techniques to create personalised buttons in Braille for users with visual impairments.
The number of new cocoa products presenting ethical labelling has grown by 120 per cent, highlighting the standard's importance to consumers.
A £15,000 fine dished out to a meat supplier has highlighted the gravity of mislabelling.
A report suggests that 'all natural' labels on products in Canada could be misleading.
Supermarkets have faced backlash, after a BRC director claimed there isn't enough space - or even a need - to label meat according to how the animal was slaughtered.
Luxury champagne brand Veuve Clicquot has voiced its intentions to include QR codes on labels to provide consumers with winemaking information.
While labels may be used to present instructions or safety notices, they can also be used to display moral values and what a company, product or service stands for - but it's important to get it right.
Following numerous reports that consumers are being sold halal meat without them realising, religious leaders have called for clearer labelling of meat products.
A new invisible DNA label could hold the key to safeguarding food products from counterfeit trade.
Some products being sold as halal in the UK may be mislabelled, with an organisation raising concerns that the term is being misused.
Simon Wood is the business development manager for the metal nameplate division at Fine Cut. He explains how metal nameplates really are everywhere - people just don't notice them.
Consumers have been signing a petition urging Tesco to stop over-cautiously blanket labelling its products.
A vote by the European Parliament has seen MEPs call for obligatory 'made-in' labels for non-food products, in a bid to improve safety.
Vegetarians have been left displeased to learn a Loyd Grossman sauce, marketed since 2011 as suitable for them, in fact contains an animal derivative.
A great number of some of the UK's major retailing giants have signed up for the UKFT care labelling programme.
Labelling requirements for electronic products are being overhauled by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).
Following on from the EU making country-of-origin labelling (COOL) for some unprocessed meat mandatory later this year, other countries are exploring the subject more fully.
A decision has been taken by the EU to apply tighter regulation to e-cigarettes and related products, while the UK government is placing them under medicinal labelling rules.
An agreement has been reached by 25 US pharma firms not to label antibiotics used to treat humans as also suitable for promoting growth in animals.