Nutrition Facts Label, Food Labels,
Beverage Labels

Nutrition Facts Label and Food Labels

When it comes to making informed dietary choices, a nutrition facts label positioned on food labels is your go-to guide. At AGE Nameplate, we apply great dedication in our production process to make detailed and accurate nutrition facts labels and food labels. Our labels are designed to withstand various conditions, ensuring that the information remains readable and intact. We use materials like semi-gloss or gloss paper with adhesive, vinyl, polypropylene, printable plastic film and acrylic, tailored to your specific needs. Whether you need labels for packaged foods or dietary supplements, our customizable solutions cater to all your requirements. Are you looking for a reliable partner to produce nutrition facts labels that reflect the true value of your products? Then contact us today!

Nutrition Label

Understanding product labels is crucial for making informed choices about what we consume. A nutrition label serves as a critical tool in communicating health information to consumers. Food and beverage labels serve as a window into the nutritional content and ingredients of the products we purchase. At AGE Nameplate, we understand the importance of clarity and precision in food labeling. Our nutrition labels will have clear wording as per your requirements and desired design, be compliant with regulations, be visually appealing and ensure they convey the necessary information effectively. With state-of-the-art printing technology and durable materials, we guarantee labels that last as long as your products. From calorie count to ingredient lists, our labels cover every detail with precision. Do you want your products to have nutrition labels that are both informative and visually appealing to health-conscious consumers? Contact us for more information.

Food Labels That Your Consumers Trust

Food labels are more than just a regulatory requirement; they are a statement of quality and trust. At AGE Nameplate, we bring the same level of excellence to food labeling as we do with our nutrition labels and beverage labels. Our labels are not only durable and resistant to environmental factors but also tailored to showcase your brand’s commitment to quality. With options for custom designs and a variety of materials, we ensure your food labels stand out on the shelves. Whether it’s highlighting organic ingredients or special dietary benefits, our labels speak volumes about your brand’s integrity. Looking to boost consumer confidence with professionally crafted food labels? Contact us today! 

Beverage Labels

Beverage labels play a pivotal role in attracting customers and conveying essential information. At AGE Nameplate, we excel in creating beverage labels that are both durable and eye-catching. Understanding the diverse needs of the beverage industry, we offer labels that can withstand moisture, refrigeration, and handling. From soft drinks to health beverages, with your vision and our design and production, our labels will capture your purchaser’s attention and lead them to brand loyalty. Our label designs use vibrant colors, clear text, and durable materials to enhance and protect the functional and aesthetic appeal of your beverages. Ready to make your beverages stand out with high-quality labels?

Custom Solutions for Your Labeling Needs

At AGE Nameplate, we don’t just create labels; we offer custom solutions tailored to your specific needs. Whether it’s food products, or beverages, we understand that each industry has unique challenges and requirements. Our team will provide you with labels that not only meet regulatory standards but also enhance your brand’s visibility and credibility. With over 40 years of experience in the labeling industry, we are equipped to handle orders of any volume and complexity. Looking to partner with a label manufacturer who can bring your vision to life with precision and creativity?

What is a Food and Beverage Label?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) require food and beverage labels on almost all packaged foods and beverages. These are typically seen at the back or side of the packaging and are designed to provide essential information about the product, which would normally include the following:

  • Product Name – this is the name of the product accompanied by the brand or manufacturer’s name.
  • Ingredient List – these are ingredients listed in descending order by weight, with the primary ingredient coming first. This is the most important part for those with dietary restrictions and allergies.
  • Nutrition Facts – this section details the product’s nutritional content, including serving size, calories, macronutrients (fat, carbohydrates, protein), vitamins, minerals, and other relevant information.
  • Allergen Information – the information contains the product’s common allergens like wheat, nuts, or dairy.
  • Date Labels – these labels contain the expiry date, use-by date, and sell-by date to help you understand when a product is at its best in terms of flavor and safety.
  • Serving Size – this part is based on the amount of food that people may eat at one time and is not a recommendation of how much to eat.

Reading Product Dates

Aside from the allergens, one of the most important things to look for in a product label is the product date. There are three types of dates are commonly printed on packaged foods and beverages and these are sell by, use by, and best if used by. Here’s how to tell them apart:

“Use by” tells you how long the product will be at its best quality, which means that if you buy or use a product after the use by date, it might be stale or less tasty.

“Best if used by”, also known as “best if used before,” tells people how long the item will have the best quality or flavor.

“Sell by” is how long the manufacturer suggests that the product should be sold, such as poultry, eggs, meat, or milk.

These dates are actually not required by federal regulations and are added by manufacturers voluntarily.

Need a food label or beverage label? 

What You Should Know About the Nutrition Facts Label

A nutrition facts label provides detailed information about the product’s nutritional content. Having a nutrition facts label that follows all government guidelines and requirements is paramount to printing your label.

Here are the details which you may find on a standard nutrition facts label: 

Calories: This figure tells you how many calories are in one product serving. It’s a good starting point for assessing the energy content of your food or drink.

Macronutrients:

  1. Fat: This section lists total fat and saturated fat content. Pay attention to saturated fat, as consuming too much can increase the risk of heart disease.
  2. Carbohydrates: This category includes dietary fiber and sugars. Choose products with higher dietary fiber and lower added sugars for a healthier option.
  3. Protein: The protein content is crucial, especially if you want to maintain or build muscle.

Vitamins and Minerals: This part of the label provides information about the product’s vitamin and mineral content. It’s essential to get a balanced intake of these nutrients for overall health.

% Daily Value (DV): The % DV shows how a serving of the product contributes to your daily nutrient needs based on a 2,000-calorie diet. You also have to keep in mind that individual needs may vary, so it’s not a one-size-fits-all guide.

Footnote: The footnote located at the bottom of the Nutrition Facts section offers a reference point for understanding the % DV in the context of a daily diet.

Understanding Serving Sizes

One of the critical aspects of interpreting food and beverage labels is recognizing serving sizes. The nutritional information on the label is based on a specified serving size, which may or may not match your typical portion. This part is important to take note of as it can impact the overall nutritional content of the product.

For example, if you consume twice the listed serving size, you’ll need to double the values provided for calories and nutrients. This understanding will help you gauge the actual impact of the product on your diet.

Interpreting the Ingredient List

The ingredient list is a pivotal aspect of food labels. The ingredients are typically listed in descending order by weight, with the primary ingredient appearing first. 

Here are some tips to easily understand this section:

Keep it simple: Look for products with shorter ingredient lists and easily recognizable natural ingredients. This is often a good indicator of a healthier choice.

Beware of hidden sugars: Sugar can hide under various names, such as high-fructose corn syrup, sucrose, or honey. Be vigilant when examining the ingredient list for added sugars.

Allergens: If you have allergies or dietary restrictions, carefully scrutinize the ingredient list for any allergens or ingredients you need to avoid.

Additives and preservatives: Some products may contain additives or preservatives, which may impact the overall healthiness of the product. Familiarize yourself with common food additives to make informed choices.

Need food labels with nutrition facts labels made in mass volume for your products?

Interesting Food Label Claims

Have you ever seen terms on product food labels that promote the products as being healthier? Food label claims that promote the product with the intent to sell more of it may have certain terms to describe certain body-friendly features. Food product manufacturers may make claims about the healthy properties of their products on the front of the packaging. Here are some food claims you’ll normally see in the market.

“Fresh” – means the internal temperature of a product doesn’t go below 26 degrees Fahrenheit ~Agreenerworld

“Light,” or “Lite” – means the food product has 50% or more of their calories that come from fat; as compared to the original version of the food. ~ FoodandNutrition

These claims and more can be seen in most of the products in the market as we are seeing a trend in a health-conscious lifestyle. You can find all of the requirements and regulations on the above website as well as the FDA website itself.

At AGE Nameplate, we will go over the food label and nutrition facts label with you as per your requirements and make sure that everything is correct and approved before it goes to print. We are dedicated to your success. If you need a professional company with over 40 years of experience to print your food and beverage labels, contact us today!

We Take Care of You!
Contact us Today!

14831, Spring Ave, Santa Fe Springs, CA

Contact Us

=

We use cookies to ensure you have a great experience on our website. If you continue using this website, we will assume you are happy with it.  Privacy Policy.