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  • I designed a label on my personal computer. Can you print it?
    We may be able to print the label you designed, but we won’t know for sure until our design and print team takes a look at it. If it needs more design work to get ready to print, we can help you with that, too. To get started, contact us (or upload the file directly to us here) and we’ll take a look at your design files.
  • Does packaging material affect how my design will look?
    Yes, the material affects the printing process and the final look of the product packaging. Matte textures and dark surfaces will make colors subdued and darker. Glossy surfaces will make colors brighter and more vibrant. Picking the right material for your package is an important design and branding decision, and our team can help you choose the right one.
  • How many colors can I use?
    The number of colors we can print depends on the type of custom packaging you’re interested in. For example, we can print a wide range of colors on vinyl labels and glossy boxes, but only a few colors on brown kraft chipboard or corrugated cardboard. Our team will work with you to find the right package type (box, bag, pouch, etc.) and material for your needs, and that will determine how many colors your design can be.
  • Do you offer custom packaging for CBD products?
    Yes, we have packages that work for all types of CBD products, including bottles, pouches, bags, bar wraps, boxes, and more. We have created custom packaging for food, drinks, vitamins, and supplements for over 25 years, including many CBD products. Many of our CBD customers use child-proof zippers in their custom pouches.
  • What is the best way to package CBD products?
    An important consideration for CBD product packaging is ensuring the quality of the product is maintained, especially by maintaining an airtight seal. Exposure to the air can degrade CBD. The next consideration is what type of CBD product you are selling: Tinctures: Dark-colored glass bottles with dropper caps are the standard method. These dropper bottles can also be plastic. Tablets: Medicine/vitamin bottles with childproof lids are most common. Zipper bags can also work. Topicals: Depending on the consistency of the topical (e.g. lotion vs creme), you could use pump-top bottles, roll-up tubes, tubs, or almost anything that can hold a liquid without leaking. Edibles: You have a lot of options for edible products. Gummies can go in bottles, jars, or boxes. Individually wrapped products could go in candy wrappers, then into a zipper bag or box. You have a lot of options when it comes to using food packaging.
  • What info am I required to put on a food packaging & labels?
    In the US, the FDA requires that packaged foods be clearly labeled with the name of the product, the manufacturer/distributor, quanity/servings, an ingredients list, and nutritional facts. (There are some exceptions, like single ingredient products like honey.) Here are some resources:
  • Are product labels different from stickers?
    A sticker can be a label, and the words “label” and “sticker” are often used interchangeably in casual conversation. But in stricter terms, a sticker does not need to include product information that may be required on a food product label, like a list of ingredients and nutritional facts.
  • Can you pack my products and ship to my customers?
    Producing the actual packaging is our core service offering. However, we have a catalog of partners in the co-packing, fulfillment, 3PL and more industries. If you need help finding any of these vendors, we're happy to point you in the right direction. What's even better, we can deliver the packaging directly to them to make it even easier for you!

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