Our cut-to-size food labels come in a wide range of sizes. Choose our most popular size 2” x 2” to our largest size 17” x 12”. We offer different sizes available to fit your branding and design.
Try circle and oval-shaped labels to highlight your business logo or square and rectangle to wrap around bottles and rounded containers. You can also add rounded corners for a more unique look.
Cut-to-size labels are individually cut to their size and shape and delivered in stacks. We offer two types of adhesives for cut-to-size food labels:
White paper sticker is the perfect choice for general indoor label applications. You can choose between gloss, high-gloss UV, or matte coating. Gloss lends a reflective shine and vibrance to your design, while high-gloss UV doubles this effect. This material also protects your labels from scuffs and scratches. Matte coating has a non-reflective, muted effect that works best for elegant and minimalist label designs.
White vinyl is UV-resistant and waterproof, so you can use it for both indoor and outdoor labels. Our most durable material for food labels, white vinyl is best used on bottles and containers that are exposed to moisture or stored in a refrigerator.
Get the most out your custom labels with these printing tips:
Use them for branding or even as a supplementary print for your products. Aside from your logo, you can include preparation instructions, recommended recipes, social media pages, and contact information. You can even use labels to share your product story. Customers appreciate having that connection with the brands they shop from.
Use them for labeling gifts and limited-edition products. Brands do this to increase sales especially for gift-giving holidays like Valentine’s day and Christmas. You can create labels with a themed gift-tag design so that buyers don’t need to wrap them as a gift. Use white paper sticker in gloss so they can easily write on the labels.
For design, pick fonts that suit your brand. You shouldn’t use too may either. Choose one or two legible fonts that customers can easily read. Food labels can be small, so choose the right font and size that matches the available space on your packaging.
Use attention-grabbing colors. But use the ones that match your branding. Use colors that correspond with the flavors of your product so shoppers can easily find what they need. When creating your food labels, make sure your design has a minimum resolution of 300 dpi and saved in CMYK color format for high-quality and accurate results.
Ready to order? Upload your design on the website or try our easy-to-use online design tool to create a layout. We also offer free blank templates that you can use with any design software application. Print labels today.
How soon can I receive my custom food labels?
Our fastest printing turnaround for food labels is 1 business day. This means that if you confirm your order before 5:00 p.m. PT from Monday to Friday, your labels will be ready for delivery by 6:00 p.m. PT on the next business day. For fast printing, make sure to select “Next Business Day” as your preferred turnaround option in the order calculator.
Do you have label templates?
Yes, we do. We offer free downloadable templates that you can use as a guide to design your food labels. Just click on the Templates tab below the order calculator and select your preferred size and shape. These blank templates are compatible with popular design software like Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, and Microsoft Publisher.
What should I put on my food label?
By law, there’s mandatory information that you need to include in your food labels such as net weight, nutrition facts, and ingredients. For those that want to sell retail, a barcode is also required. Your label requirements depend on the type of product that you sell. The Food and Drug Administration’s Food Labeling Guide provides detailed information on what should be included in your food label.
How much does it cost to print food labels?
You may use the order calculator to check the estimated price of your labels. The cost depends on the size, material, and quantity that you’d like to order. For example, 100 pieces of size 2” x 2” stickers on glossy sticker paper costs 31¢ each. If you order 500 labels, the cost drops to 10¢ per piece.
Will I see a proof before you print the labels?
Yes, our prepress team will e-mail you a PDF document for your review. You may check the PDF proof for any design errors and make necessary changes before it goes to print. This process is free of charge and will be ready within 6 hours after you place your order.