|Semi-gloss paper with standard adhesive||81 g/m2||76 μm||acrylic||min. 5oC||from -20oC to 80oC||nonresistant||nonresistant||Download|
|Semi-gloss paper with strong adhesive||81 g/m2||76 μm||rubber||min. 0oC||from -40oC to 70oC||nonresistant||nonresistant||Download|
|Semi-gloss paper with easily-removable adhesive||81 g/m2||76 μm||acrylic||min. -15oC||from -30oC to 80oC||nonresistant||nonresistant||Download|
|Silver paper with strong adhesive||84 g/m2||72 μm||rubber||min. 0oC||from -40oC to 70oC||nonresistant||nonresistant||Download|
|Gold paper with strong adhesive||83 g/m2||64 μm||rubber||min. 0oC||from -40oC to 70oC||nonresistant||nonresistant||Download|
|White PP foil with standard adhesive||46 g/m2||50 μm||acrylic||min. 5oC||from -40oC to 80oC||resistant||resistant||Download|
|White PP foil with strong adhesive||45 g/m2||60 μm||rubber||min. 0oC||from -40oC to 70oC||resistant||resistant||Download|
|White PP foil with standard special adhesive||59 g/m2||57 μm||acrylic||min. 0oC||from -20oC to 80oC||resistant||resistant||Download|
|White PP foil with easily removable adhesive||45 g/m2||60 μm||acrylic||min. -15oC||from -30oC to 80oC||resistant||resistant||Download|
|White PP foil with opaque adhesive||47 g/m2||61 μm||acrylic||min. 5oC||from -20oC to 80oC||resistant||resistant||Download|
|Transparent PP foil with standard adhesive||46 g/m2||50 μm||acrylic||min. 5oC||from -40oC to 80oC||resistant||resistant||Download|
|Silver PP foil with strong adhesive||51 g/m2||51 μm||rubber||min. 0oC||from -40oC to 70oC||resistant||resistant||Download|
|White PET foil with standard adhesive||76 g/m2||50 μm||acrylic||min. 5oC||from -40oC to 150oC||resistant||resistant||Download|
All most important information in one place
A pet food label should be stylish and functional. Most importantly, it must contain all necessary information. The most important aspect is the designation of the target – the species and age of the pet. For example, puppies and kittens have different recommended diets than adult pets. You also need to establish whether the food inside the packaging is basic for full meals or supplementary, which is determined by the serving frequency and certain nutrients and vitamins contained in the food.
It is recommended to include clear information on the label about FEDIAF guidelines in the European Union. A pet food label should also come with instructions, which establish recommended daily servings and quantities for cats or dogs of specific body weight (alternatively of a specific age).
Analysis of ingredients and enriching additives
Enriching additives are not limited to those that bring adverse health effects to mind. They also include those that enrich the food with nutrients. According to pet dieticians, the manufacturer should provide “good additives” like vitamins and minerals, like bone-strengthening calcium. Cats and dogs are omnivorous, which is why pet foods containing fruit and vegetables are gaining popularity. Owners pick only the best for their pets and they like to be informed of everything in advance.
Manufacturer’s declarations on pet food labels
According to European standards, manufacturers have to declare the most important information on the label. A declaration is a statement. This informs the buyers of what they can expect from the food. Strict percentages of specific ingredients are established in order to eliminate potential misconceptions. “Contains chicken” means that the product contains at least 4% of chicken. “Rich in rabbit” means that the pet food is expected to contain minimum 14% of rabbit meat.
Adapted to all packaging
There are plenty of different pet foods on the market. Whether you are looking for a label for wet or dry food, canned or bagged, in transparent or opaque packaging, we have the one right for you. You can take advantage of our calculator to choose the right material and shape for your pet food label. If you have any concerns or special requirements, please contact us. We will be glad to disperse all your doubts and help you out.