When it comes to labels used for various products, there are some essential aspects to keep in mind:
- what is that you want to pack
- what is the message you want to convey to your target audience
- what is the purpose of the label – functional, decorative, signage etc.
- what is the design of the label
- what are the conditions of realization, storage and packaging of your product
In the case of frozen products, there are a few common label issues. These labels are typically made of paper (vellum, thermo or semi gloss), and the adhesive must be resistant to moisture and freezing, whether the product will be labeled before or after freezing.
For the labeling of wet packaging that will be frozen, the required adhesives must have excellent initial and permanent adhesion on difficult, cold, wet or greasy surfaces. During use, permanent adhesion can be influenced by the quality, temperature and degree of purity of the surface, so pre-testing is recommended.
For labeling dry but already frozen objects, you need adhesives with very good initial and permanent adhesion on all dry surfaces, including corrugated cardboard. In this case too, during use, the permanent adhesion can be influenced by the quality, temperature and degree of purity of the surface. No matter what type of label you need, Colorado printers like https://primeflex.com/ can get the job done.