Tamper-Proof Labels: What Are They & Why Should You Use Them?

Tamper-proof and tamper-evident labels have been used by businesses for many years to protect products and consumers alike. In the wake of coronavirus concerns, however, tamper-proof labels are being used more than ever before. From take-out boxes to grocery delivery cartons and everywhere in between, tamper-evident labels are used across a wide range of industries.

If your business isn't already using tamper-proof labels, is it time to start?

How to Create a UPC Label: A Tutorial

A Universal Product Code (UPC) is one of the most recognizable symbols in North America. Commonly used on consumer products, the barcode is a series of vertical lines and a 12-digit number underneath. Learn more about format, compliance, and what it takes to create one.

What to Put on a Deodorant Label

Deodorants technically fall under the purview of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act. (You’ll find that the regulations are spelled out in Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations.)