Elevate your roast with a custom coffee label. Labels help to showcase your brand and communicate what to expect from the coffee beans inside the bag. A custom printed coffee label entices consumers with the promise of a delicious cup that will delight their senses. Take advantage of our standard dies, or create a completely custom shape or size. With no minimum order quantity, roasters and coffee houses of all sizes can enjoy the highest quality coffee labels.
Gloss or Matte Finish
We’re a favorite with independent roasters, and we love printing coffee bag labels. High-quality materials that are flexible and durable ensure labels stay looking good by the time they make it to your customers’ cupboard. Our labels adhere firmly to any clean and dry flat surface, including coffee bags, boxes, tins, and cold brew coffee bottles. Choose from opaque, translucent, or clear, in glossy or matte finishes. Unsure what materials or finishes to choose, or have questions about labels fo coffee? Give us a call at 877.277.4682. We’re happy to help!
Create high-quality labels that reflect the artistic quality of your coffee.
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.
The material and finish you choose will give your label the character it needs and deserves, but not all materials are created equal.
The good news is that you can use virtually any material for coffee bag labels, as you don’t need these to be waterproof or oil resistant! From shiny hologram plastic to speciality papers, we have it all.
Cold Brew and Iced Coffee Bottles
If you have bottled cold coffee product, you will need a material that will keep its cool in the fridge – and beyond. Our plastic and vinyl materials are great choices in this case, because they are waterproof and oil resistant. No wrinkling, smearing, or tearing here! Of these materials, you can choose white, clear, or metallic for a unique look!
To determine your label size, follow these simple steps:
1. Take a piece of graph or printer paper and wrap it around your product.
2. Make tick marks where you want label to be.
3. Cut the paper down to size and wrap it around product again.
4. Repeat until your prototype is the perfect shape and fit.
5. Measure the width and length of mockup label in inches.
And you’re done!
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.
Regarding artwork, bleed is your background color, pattern, or design that extends 0.125″ beyond the cut line of your label. Bleed ensures that your entire background is printed and does not get cut off.
Regarding artwork, the safe zone is the area where all text and design elements must remain to prevent this information from being cut off. Text and design elements should be within 0.125″ from the cut line.
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.
We do more than make labels. 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.