Frozen Food Labels
Print Labels That Stand Up to Any Temperature
Frozen foods labels need to look unique and attractive. Most importantly, the labels must not wrinkle due to condensation, fading due to UV store lights, or peel off in low temperatures.
QuickLabel® labeling solutions help businesses print professional, durable frozen food labels for cold storage applications. In other words, utilizing our media laboratory and label printers, frozen food producers can attract more customers with great-looking, compliant, and temperature-resistant labels produced in-house.
QuickLabel® QL-300 Prints Five-Color Durable Frozen Food Labels
The QuickLabel QL-300 is the world’s first five-color, toner-based tabletop printer designed specifically for production label printing. For instance, this printer goes beyond the traditional four-color printing process because it has the ability also to print white and CMYK in a single pass. More importantly, the QuickLabel QL-300 prints highly UV- and scratch-resistant labels that can withstand, freezing temperatures, moisture, and the challenging demands of frozen food and cold storage applications.
Label Stocks Formulated for Freezing Temperatures
QuickLabel provides frozen food labels guaranteed to resist moisture and solvent exposure in temperatures from -65° F to +147° F (-54° C to 64° C).
Moreover, some of our popular freezer-resistant labels include the following:
- This white polypropylene label with a high-gloss finish is uniquely receptive to inkjet label printing and durably resistant to moisture and some solvents. Therefore, making it ideal for printing photographic images on primary display labels. (Reference material 178)
- This high-gloss white paper label is uniquely receptive to inkjet label printing providing a permanent, freezer-grade adhesive. To clarify, it functions well at both high and cold temperatures. (Reference material 228)
Proven Performance in Freezing Temperatures
For example, Browndog Creamery, a micro-creamery in Northville, Michigan, uses a QuickLabel printer to label its pints of hand-crafted premium ice cream.
Paul Gabriel, co-owner of Browndog Creamery, said, “We were a little skeptical about how they would adhere to a frozen pint, but the labels do quite well. The synthetic material we use for the pint labels is resistant to water. We can also label the pints after they’ve gone through the freezing process.”
See for Yourself!
Schedule an in-person or online web demonstration with a QuickLabel color label printer. During the demo, we will put your artwork into production to show how great your labels will look! Learn more and contact us today!