Enhance your bagged product packaging with custom bag labels available in a variety of shapes and sizes. Whether your products include coffee beans, gourmet candy, granola, or other treats, our labels come in a wide selection of materials, including BOPP, clear plastic, and vinyl. Kraft labels offer a unique look.
Many of our label materials are moisture-resistant, making them perfect for bagged food products. They’re also ideal for pet treats and other bagged items. Our printing process pairs vibrant inks with smudge-resistant materials, so your bag labels will stay looking nice over time. Unsure what materials or finishes to choose, or have questions about FDA guidelines for bagged food labels? Give us a call at 877.277.4682. We’re happy to help!
Create high-quality bag labels that draw attention to your products.
You have a vision for your business, and we want to help you see it through. Here’s what you can expect when working with the Frontier team.
Get your labels in as little as one day. We rush so you don't have to.
We take pride in our product so you can be proud of yours.
Our goal is to make your experience with us the best part of your day.
Seeing is believing. Just fill out the sample request below, and we’ll show you what we can do. We deliver not only exceptional labels, but also an amazing experience—from the minute you talk to our Experience Team to the time you open your first box of Frontier labels.
Choosing the right material is integral to creating the best label for your product. Each of our materials has unique attributes that can help your label stand out on a shelf and protect the product within.
If you have a frozen or refrigerated product, try one of our vinyl or plastic options. Being both waterproof and oil resistant, plastic and vinyl are perfect for pantry items as well as any refrigerated or frozen products. These materials are highly versatile and easily customizable, fitting for virtually any indoor application.
If your product doesn’t need to chill in a Frigidaire, you can opt for a more cost-effective paper material! We have a basic white paper available, or a wide variety of specialty papers to choose from. Our specialty papers can give your packaging a unique, high-end look without the high-end price.
A: If you need to write a date, variety name, or other information on your labels, simply choose either an unlaminated paper or a material with a matte laminate.
With unlaminated papers, you can use a ballpoint pen, fine point or ultra fine point permanent marker, pencil–really any writing implement on those materials.
With a matte laminate, we recommend using a fine point or ultra fine point permanent marker. Since the laminate is made of plastic, ballpoint pens or gel pens aren’t recommended.
If you don’t have a specific number of labels you need per roll, we will do what is most efficient. This means the quantity on each roll will be varied.
For specific quantities or machines that require certain roll diameters, just let us know what you need! When placing your order, there is a “Special Request” box before you check out. There you can specify what you are needing.
Yes! It’s actually a really awesome way to save money. As long as the designs all have the same specs (size, shape, material, finish, and color option), they can go on the same order together. For example, a chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry flavor would each be considered a separate design, but can all go on the same order if the specs match.
Remember! Make sure your “Grand Total of Labels” accounts for all of the designs that you are ordering. For example, if you need 200 vanilla, 200 chocolate, and 200 strawberry labels, your grand total of labels is 600.
You can have as many designs as you would like on a single order. The first design is no charge, and each additional design $10 per design. We only charge up to the first 30 designs. After that, it’s free. Bring it on!
Here are a few things to look out for when preparing your art files:
– Size of your art file should be 0.125” larger than the final cut size.
– Background color or patterns go all the way to the edge of the artwork (bleed).
– Text and design elements should be inside of the safe zone, within 0.125″ from the cut line.
– Fonts sized at 5pt or larger.
– Fonts converted to outlines, and images embedded. (We won’t see them otherwise!)
– For image files, resolution is at least 300ppi. For best quality, we recommend 800ppi.
– Files are less than 100MB each.
Our team wants to see your business succeed, and we’re committed to helping you achieve your vision. When you call us for help, you’ll talk with an Experience Team member who knows labels front-to-back, who can answer any question you throw at them.