A package label is a description of the text, graphics, […]
A package label is a description of the text, graphics, engraving, and printing attached or hanged on the product's shipping package. The label can be a simple label attached to the product or a well-designed pattern that is part of the package. Labels may only be labeled with a product name, or they may contain a lot of information that can be used to identify and inspect the built-in product, as well as to promote the product.
Generally, the product label mainly includes: the name and address of the manufacturer or seller, the product name, trademark, composition, quality characteristics, the number of products in the package, the method of use and the amount, the number, the matters needing attention in storage, the quality inspection number, and the production. Date and expiration date, etc. It is worth mentioning that labels printed with color patterns or physical photos have obvious promotional effects.