JAMS AND SPREAD
Adhesive labels for jam and spread jars
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT LABEL FOR YOUR JARS?
Labeling jars of jam or spread is an essential step in completing the manufacturing process. While there are free printable labels on the internet, you will quickly find that the result is rather disappointing - they tend to tear quickly, are not water resistant, and sometimes the text can fade when the jars are squeezed out. 'clash ... At ADESA we offer you to print your personalized labels for your jams, your spreads or your compotes on many supports and materials. The choice of paper and finish is fundamental to imagine the final result of the label, in fact opting for adhesive labels ensures greater resistance and a qualitative result.
WHICH DESIGN TO CHOOSE AND WHAT QUANTITY?
It is necessary to personalize your labels in the image of your concept: they will reflect your colors and values while highlighting your product. You need to start by imagining the shape or format you want for your labels and create your file with your dimensions. You will then have to choose the quantity you need, we offer a minimum of 25 labels. You must also keep in mind the text that will appear on your labels: what mentions? Which typography to use: classic or original? How to stand out from the competition? Now is the time to let your imagination run wild !
You also have the possibility of inserting or not an illustration in order to bring a little "life" to your creations or quite simply to choose a background color. To stand out, you can opt for transparent labels with white text, these stand out very well on the jars and are colored by the contents of the jar (red for strawberry, chocolate color for the spread ....).
HOW TO PUT A LABEL ON A JAR OF JAM OR SPREAD ?
In the vast majority of cases, labels for jars of jam, compote or spread are stuck on the front of the jar: this allows the contents of the jar to be identified at a glance. You also have the option of sticking the label on the jar lid if you prefer. For each case, you must first have thoroughly cleaned the pot in order to guarantee the adhesion of the adhesive on the support. It is therefore essential that your jars are completely clean, residue-free and perfectly dry. If these three criteria are met, you can stick the label without difficulty. To do this, gently place the adhesive label on the surface of the jar of jam, spread or compote, making sure that it is perfectly aligned. Then, using your fingers, smooth the label on each outer side.
What if an air bubble appears under your label? No worries, you just have to expel the air to the outside in order to evacuate it.