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Thomasville, N.C.-based Wright Global Graphics made a $1.5 million investment in an eight-color Mark Andy P5 press to meet the demands of the expanding food and beverage industry. The new press streamlines the label printing and finishing process and allows the company to provide customers with the printed product labels needed to stand out on retail shelves, the company says.
The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) granted Devotion Vodka, a sugar-free, gluten-free vodka brand, permission to have the word “Gluten-Free” printed on its bottles, the company says.
For beverage labels, the retail shelf might feel like being in the hot seat on an episode of “Who Wants to be a Millionaire.”
This month, redesigned Honest Tea and Honest Ade PET bottles began hitting store shelves.
The United States market was introduced to 1,709 new beverages from January to July 2011, according to Chicago-based Mintel International’s Global New Products Database. With so many new products in the beverage sector, companies continue to search for ways to help their products stand out on store shelves. These store-shelf marketing initiatives are not only impacting the beverages, but also the labeling equipment for the products, equipment manufacturers say.
Labelexpo Americas, launched in 1989, is the largest label converting event in the Americas.Read More
Drink Technology India and International PackTech India are teaming up together again Sept. 25-27, 2014, in Mumbai.Read More
Labelexpo India was launched in 2002 and joined the Labelexpo Global Series in 2007.Read More