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Booklet Labels Are the Solution to Content Overload

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Booklet or peel and reveal labels have been around for a long time for a reason. They expand the printable space of a label. For products in small containers or products that require a lot of regulatory or legal information, instructions, disclaimers, or multiple language translations, they can be a lifesaver.

Booklet labels are typically produced on a traditional flexographic label press by printing one or both sides of a non-adhesive paper. The paper is then folded into the desired number of panels using a device called a plow folder. Once folded, the folded paper is sandwiched between two layers of material with adhesive backing. The bottom layer of the sandwich adheres to your packaging while the top layer keeps the booklet folded and in place. Resealable ECL are most common (so that the folded booklet can be returned to its original position after opening) but these labels can also be perforated for complete removal after opening.

Labelservice is one of the UKs leading suppliers of all kinds of booklet and coupon labels. Booklet labels provide a convenient and stylish way to accommodate and display extra content on certain types of products. A booklet label that is poorly designed or printed on low quality may fail to catch the attention of its intended audience, we advise businesses to carefully vet prospective label providers to ensure that you only work with the best.

By choosing to work with Labelservice today, your company will be in a better position to gain more from your labelling strategy. Our booklet labels have made a name for themselves in the UK and other markets because they are professionally custom designed with you and printed on high quality material. There are, however, many different construction and printing options available for these products.

There are countless uses for booklet labels. Booklet labelling is currently used very successfully for applications requiring additional supplemental facts or information, government required information and warnings, multilingual translations, instant redeemable coupons, special on-pack promotions, food recipes, nutritional facts, additional product uses and instructions, compliance information, legal text, mail in rebates, and extended barcodes and QR codes.

Constantly changing labelling requirements call for companies to include additional information on their packaging and booklet labels are an excellent solution. Booklet labels also offer a creative way to add content such as a recipe or coupon to your packaging without eating up valuable real estate. Keep booklet labels in mind when you need to say a little more about your product but just don’t have the space.