Best Before Labels are widely used by all types of stores & manufacturers to give important information on best before dates of products. If your products contain any ingredients that have a limited lifespan, you should use them. Best Before Labels are limited in the information that is needed to be printed on the label.
They're printed on our Xeikon 3300 presses which print CMYK+W (white) in 1200 dpi. Being the manufacturer (not a reseller) we can offer you the full complement of Best Before Label solutions at a fraction of the price you'd expect to pay elsewhere and you don't incur the excessive set up costs bound to traditional label printing.
Supplied on easy to use rolls, we manufacture our Best Before Labels on high quality raw materials such as polyester, which guarantees your Best Before Labels perform faithfully even under extremely harsh conditions. You also have the option to print on metallic or clear label stocks.
Guru Labels investment in state-of-the-art print and finishing equipment directly underpins our ability to offer the widest range of print solutions in-house.
If you would like to discuss your Best Before Labels requirements with one of our team please contact us on P 1300 852 646, or e email us at email@example.com, or pop in for a personal chat on site at:
Unit 12 / 10 Pioneer Avenue
Tuggerah NSW 2259
Supplied on easy to use rolls, manufactured using high quality raw materials guaranteeing your Best Before Labels perform faithfully even under extremely harsh conditions
We offer various sizes and designs on a wide range of substrates.
Minimum order quantity (MOQ) is 100 labels per roll type, however multiple types of the range can be ordered at the same time.
These items will be shipped inside 10 working days from receipt of confirmed order.
Country of Origin information must be visible on your product by the end of June 2018. It requires most food suitable for retail sale in Australia to carry Country of Origin information. This information may take the form of a text statement (statements may need to be in a defined box) or a text and graphic label known as a standard mark.
By the end of June 2018 under the changes, it is mandatory for all priority foods grown, produced or made in Australia to include the together with a bar chart to indicate the proportion of Australian ingredients. Food manufacturers will be encouraged to include the origin of ingredients in additional detail on their labels.
Non-priority foods only require a text statement about where the food was grown, produced or made.
The CoOL laws apply to all packaged and some unpackaged foods offered or suitable for retail sale in Australia.
Packaged foods are divided in two categories, Priority and Non-Priority.
Non-Priority foods include seasoning, confectionery, tea and coffee, biscuits and snack food, soft drinks, sports drinks, and alcoholic beverages.
Priority foods are all other food products not included in the categories previously listed.
Some unpackaged foods for retail sale needs a label placed on the food or in connection with the display to identify the country or countries of origin of the food.
Country of Origin labelling applies to unpackaged fresh and processed fruit, vegetables, nuts, spices, herbs, legumes, seeds, fish (including shellfish) and meat (pork, beef, lamb and chicken).
Please visit our Country of Origin Labels website.