Enhance your bagged product packaging with custom bag labels available in a variety of shapes and sizes. Whether your products include coffee beans, gourmet candy, granola, or other treats, our labels come in a wide selection of materials, including White BOPP, Clear Plastic, and Vinyl. Kraft labels offer a unique look for businesses focused on staying green.Order Now
We take the word custom seriously. With a wide variety of options to choose from, we’ll help you create labels that are as unique as your product. Select an option that looks like what you need, and we’ll be well on the way to creating the perfect custom labels with you.
Many of our label materials are moisture-resistant, making them perfect for bagged food products. They’re also ideal for pet treats and other bagged items. Our printing process pairs vibrant inks with smudge-resistant materials, so your bag labels will stay looking nice over time.
Unsure what materials or finishes to choose, or have questions about custom bag labels? Give us a call at 877.277.4682 – we’re happy to help!
Unique products deserve extraordinary labels! With Frontier, it’s easy to create labels that meet your needs, exceed your expectations and help you sell more product. Login or create an account and complete the request form to have all 14 of our materials in your hands within a matter of days for testing.
September 11, 2019
So you’re ready to label your food product, but you’re unsure about food labeling requirements. Don’t worry! We’ve combed through the FDA’s Food Labeling Guide and have compiled the main criteria that all food labels should meet. We’ve addressed what should be on the front panel as well as what you should include in the Nutrition Facts panel, and more.
June 12, 2020
For smaller artisan food producers, creating a quality product is more than just a business venture— it’s a source of pride. After all, each batch that’s sold goes out with your name on it and bears your creative stamp. As your business grows, it becomes a challenge to manufacture the quality product you’re known for in the quantities consumers are now demanding. You face a decision: either invest in more efficient in-house production, or outsource production to a co-packer.