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We are looking to make nutrition labels for our entire line of products, making them more grocery friendly, and also go with set unit price. We are running into some obsticles concerning moisture content, and also some questions on shelf stable labels and that proceedure. If anyone has this knowledge or perhaps a quicker way to get this done, please let us know or reply here.

 

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RE: Nutrition labels


you can place signs over/around each fresh meat commodity
fsis has nutrition signs

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That's through the USDA, is there anything quicker?



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10326 Stateline Rd

Leawood KS 66206

913-381-4618

Since 1927



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here's a sample of the signs,,,just print and post, some stores laminate

 

 



 



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mainemeatman,

Am I missing the Link to this?

 

To clarify this is for vacuum sealed packaged product, not just the display cases.



-- Edited by Dale Turner on Thursday 3rd of January 2013 11:38:48 AM

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