Tag: Sandwich Labelling

Toshiba Sandwich Label Printers now available

Positive ID Labels are pleased to announce we will be supplying Toshiba sandwich label printers for our sandwich labelling systems with immediate effect. The decision has been taken to improve delivery times for customers after our TSC suppliers lead times became slower. Why supply Toshiba Sandwich label Printers The range of TSC printers we have […]

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Food Labelling Regulations – An 8 minute explainer!

Food Labelling for Small Food Business. A presentation by Positive ID Labels. Transcript (See disclaimer below) Regulations about food labelling are very complicated and there are lots of them. The first question we have to ask is do we even need to label the food? If you are selling food pre-packaged or prepared for sale […]

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Sandwich Label Nutrition Traffic Lights – Are they required?

The quick answer to whether we need nutrition traffic lights on sandwich labels is “no”, well not yet anyway! Despite all the shenanigans of Brexit, the Local Government Association (LGA)* has come out to say that it believes traffic light nutrition labelling should be mandatory on convenience foods such as sandwiches, according to an article […]

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Sandwich Labelling Regulations

Sandwich Labelling Regulations is a pretty tedious topic so if you want to cut straight to the chase, feel free to call us on 01332 864895 during office hours for advice and help setting up a sandwich labelling system. Alternatively, fill in the form at the bottom of this article and we will call you […]

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Nutrition Calculation Software – Nutridata Launched

We all need nutrition calculation software now! 13th December 2016 saw the deadline pass for food producers to provide nutrition data on their food labels. This has come about as a result of the EU Food Information for Consumers regulations also known as EU 1169/2011. The regulations specify what must appear on food labels such […]

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Label Printer in a Sprinter

  Positive ID are proud to stand out from the competition with standards of service that exceed the norm. Positive ID provide on-going support to our label customers and particularly pride ourselves on our remote support and service for any label printer owners. When selling sandwich label printers, we provide remote installation as standard to all our customers […]

Sandwich Labelling System – 300th Sale

  Here at Positive ID, we are proud to offer a complete range of sandwich labelling solutions to cover any size of sandwich labelling operation. These included all the hardware (sandwich label printer) and software you need and the support and training to get you up an running. We recently hit our 300th sale and would […]

Bakers’ and Butchers’ Autumn Fair 2014

  Positive ID Labelling are proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Bakers’ and Butchers’ Autumn Fair.  We will be exhibiting on Stand 19 on Sunday 12th October 2014 at the event. The fair is held at the Newark and Nottinghamshire Showground inside the George Stephenson Hall. The venue is easily accessible via the […]

Nutritional Data on Food Labels

  As a minimum to fit the new guidelines, companies must supply sufficient nutritional information. The nutritional information needed is the levels of energy, fat, saturates, carbohydrate, sugars, protein and salt.  Food scientists analyse and calculate the information for each food by doing different tests. They use expensive and precise machinery and technology to calculate […]

A Guide to dated labels

  Consumers should stick to the use by labels to ensure that they are eating safe food. Best Before should be used in a less strict manner, as eating a few days later than the best before shouldn’t cause any health problems. Also, consumers should completely ignore display until and sell by labels as they […]