Labeling

New Solutions Address Change

As packagers explore labeling alternatives, cartoner vendors fit advanced features into smaller spaces.

By David Vaczek
Senior Editor

FDA requirements for drug product labeling have created demand for larger inserts and expanded labels. Among recent guidance, the Med Guide requirement for prescription antidepressants was extended to include NSAIDs. As of 2007, packagers have added panels to bottle and pouch labels to accommodate warnings required on OTC pain-relief medications.

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Ribbon-Winning Labels

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PACKAGING RESOURCE CENTER

The Latest in Coding and Labeling

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The Read on Packaging Security

Labelers are supporting companies’ efforts to launch packaging and supply-chain anticounterfeiting solutions.

By David Vaczek

 

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A Shifting View on Authentication Devices

Choices abound in authentication features, and packagers seem to be trying them all, according to label providers.

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“Everybody wants to know what is available and to be prepared. But different clients are taking vastly different approaches,” says Howard Auerbach, president, Plymouth Printing Co. (Cranford, NJ).

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John Henry Tries HP Security Publishing Software

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John Henry Packaging Group (Lansing, MI) is testing a new software solution from Hewlett Packard Co. that prints labels with multiple security features linked to a publishing software database record. The software runs on HP’s Indigo digital printers.

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A Shift in Labeling

Daphne Allen
SecureShift ink can be used in labeling and in packaging such as bottles and blisters.

Label producer CCL Label Inc.

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Industry People

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Is English Good Enough?

On pitfalls of using English in the global marketplace.

By Robert Sprung

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New Proofing System for Labels

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