Extended Content Labels


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When designing a label, you always need to find a balance among brand elements, attractive design features, pertinent product information, and (for some products) details required by regulation. With a limited amount of space, sometimes including everything you need can be a tall order. One popular solution Inovar Packaging Group offers to solve spatial limitations on labels are extended content

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OTC Pharmaceutical Labels 101: Three Essential Features

OTC pharmaceutical labels have been experiencing steady growth in recent years with the growth of the over-the-counter pharmaceutical industry at large. The global market is projected to reach $178 billion by 2024. This growth can be attributed to factors such as increasing health awareness among consumers, the rising prevalence of self-medication, and the expanding availability of OTC drugs. The industry

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What Are Extended Content Cut and Stack Labels?

Cut and stack labels are simply labels printed on large sheets and then (you guessed it) cut and stacked. While on pressure-sensitive labels, the adhesive is applied on the entirety of the label, these labels only have adhesive or glue on a portion that is appropriate for the application. The adhesive used, and an understanding of the application, are key

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Three Label Features to Consider for OTC Pharmaceutical: Space, Security, and Color

OTC Pharmaceutical products require more from their labels than many other consumer products. The market for over-the-counter pharmaceuticals has grown significantly over the last several years, and this upward trend is not showing any signs of slowing down. According to Mordor Intelligence, the industry is expected to grow at a 6.65% CAGR over the forecast period of 2022-2027. The category of OTC drugs

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Extended Content Label Types Explained

If you’ve ever designed a label, you know that incorporating all the information necessary in the limited space available can be a challenge. Extended content label types, also known as expanded content labels or simply ECLs, offer a neat solution to allow you to save space on the front of your label for design features that will help attract potential

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