While it's hard to forgive the 1980s and 1990s for atrocities like parachute pants and hair bands (what were we thinking?), one good thing that came out of those decades was the digital printing revolution. Those of us who remember Super Bowl 1984 may recall the Big Brother ad for that weird new computer called the Apple Macintosh... and after that it was just a matter of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs trying to outdo each other.
Once everyone realized that fanfold dot-matrix printing was a serious pain, people started making sharp little laser and inkjet printers.In time, photocopiers got computerized, and turned into the giant printers they'd always had the capacity to be.
One wonderful by-product of all this was the standard 8.5" x 11" sheet label page. Suddenly, it was easy to print your own labels, even for large runs! No longer did you have to type them one at a time or write them by hand! But you still can if you want. Or, if you need really nice labels, we can print them for you. Especially if you have frozen or refrigerated foods for sale, and their labels need to stand up to severe cold, and the moisture and frost that come with it.
We offer 29 different formats of sheet labels, whether you're looking for them blank or preprinted, and every single one comes in three material types. That's 87 different subtypes, if you're keeping score—and each and every one is optimized for freezing and refrigeration. Every single one is food-grade, too. Not only will your labels stay on your packages and remain legible down to -65°, the materials they're made of are 100% non-toxic and perfectly safe.
Who could have imagined that, after cringing through the Vanilla IceNinja Turtles rap still seared on our memories? Viva the Revolution!