Here at Freezer-Labels.com, freezer labels are our stock in trade, and we take them very seriously. Unlike some providers, we don’t subcontract our labels to the lowest bidder, leaving the customer to suffer as the adhesives lose tack and the labels fall off or peel away, causing confusion and lost income. We print our own labels right here, in-house, and every single one of our freezer labels is made from materials specifically formulated to maintain tack and integrity even in extremely cold temperatures. We can provide freezer labels either in custom printed forms, or as DIY sheet labels if you’re rather print your own using a laser or inkjet printer. In any case, all our sheet labels, even at parent company Etiquette Systems, are freezer grade.
You can rest assured that our freezer labels will never lose tack, break, flake, or fall off the package when frozen. They can even handle multiple freeze-thaw cycles, and if your products have to deal with frost or moisture, we can provide the ideal moisture-resistant labels for you. Our freezer labels are optimized for various types and levels of cold environments.
Everyday labels, even so-called All Temperature labels, just won’t cut it. They might stay on after you slap them on a product you intend to freeze, but they probably won’t, simply because they’re made for a normal range of temperatures. Try to flash-freeze your products or run them through more than one freeze-thaw cycle, and your nice “all-temperature” labels are likely to just fall off. And then where will you be, especially if you’ve got thousands of label-free frozen packages? As fun as frozen-food roulette may be, most people don’t like playing guessing games with their dinner—especially when they’re hoping for cheesecake, and end up with those experimental frog-leg kolaches from the company kitchen.
Let’s be frank: you need freezer labels that can stand up in conditions found in industrial freezers, blast-freeze processors, even cryogenics laboratories in some cases. You also need to deal with someone who knows that different types of freezers need different types of labels, made not just with adhesives that are stable in cold, frosty conditions, but also with inks and substrates that can handle those conditions as well. Plus, the adhesive has to be nice and sticky at normal temperatures, too, so you can easily apply the labels before freezing. And let’s not forget that a lot of frozen food gets banged around during shipping and handling, which makes a seriously high tack and tough substrates especially important.
Our freezer labels are optimized for all these conditions. Even our normal sheet labels are freezer-quality, so you can easily engage in Do-It Yourself labeling. To learn more, check out our Freezer Label Uses and Materials pages.
Freezer-Labels.com is an information-based website created by Etiquettesystems.com, Inc., a private family-owned and operated label manufacturing and distribution company. The site was developed specifically to cater to businesses in the U.S. and Canada that use custom-printed pressure-sensitive labels at freezer temperatures. We were founded in 2008 in Las Vegas, and our business grew out of our extensive experience providing labels for use in cold environments for a wide variety of manufacturing and industrial uses—from food packing and distribution facilities to warehouses and laboratories.
Commitment defines everything we do. We’re a full-service label converter, creating all our labels from scratch. We don’t offer a catalog or generic prices; all our freezer labels are made to order, and each job is individually quoted. Our prices are competitive even on short runs—and we believe no job is too small. Click here for a quote on your job.