Tabbies Custom Labels

Labels 101

Flexography Printing

Flexography's versatility, speed and cost is why this form of printing is widely used in the label industry. You can choose anywhere from the standard pressure sensitive labels to a variety of specialty labels.

To learn more about the products Tabbies currently offer, please visit our product capabilities page.

Visit our Digital File Specifications Page to setup your files correctly to save time and to avoid any unnecessary costs.

Label Construction

Below are a few elements of a label that you will need to take into consideration before ordering

Label Material

Considerations for choosing the right material for the right application

  • surface
  • color
  • brightness
  • opacity
  • grain
  • weight
  • thickness/caliper
  • size
  • quantity

Additional Resource Links

GSI (formerly Uniform Code Council)

  • UPC Barcode Guide/Certifications
  • FDA US Food & Drug Administration

  • FDA Food Labeling Guide
  • USDA Food Safety & Inspection Service

  • USDA Meat & Poultry Labeling Guide
  • UL Underwriters Laboratory

  • UL Guidelines/Downloadable UL Marks

  • It is our customers responsibility to verify that their labels meet any requirements set forth by regulatory agencies governing their industry.