Reduce the impact of your product packaging on the environment with eco-friendly labels. These sustainable labels are good for the earth and look good too! Just like with our standard labels, our eco-friendly labels are high-quality and durable. Our selection of eco-friendly materials ensures that you can use a sustainable label for a wide variety of applications.Order Now
We take the word custom seriously. With a wide variety of options to choose from, we’ll help you create labels that are as unique as your product. Select an option that looks like what you need, and we’ll be well on the way to creating the perfect custom labels with you.
If your brand prides itself on being green, then using environmentally friendly product packaging is a big deal. At Frontier Label we offer a selection of sustainable label materials for your packaging. The most eco-friendly label option is Kraft. This material is made from 100% post-consumer waste, and it is compostable. Kraft labels work well in environments that won’t encounter moisture and are great for giving your label a natural look. If you need an eco-friendly label that’s moisture-resistant, you’ll want to choose our Terraskin material. Terraskin labels are made with crushed rocks (80% calcium carbonate) and polyethylene resin. This material will be paired with a laminate coating to ensure inks won’t bleed when they come into contact with moisture. Terraskin labels are available in either matte or glossy finishes, giving you a variety of options for your design.
Unsure what materials or finishes to choose, or have questions about eco-friendly labels? Give us a call at 877.277.4682 – we’re happy to help!
Unique products deserve extraordinary labels! With Frontier, it’s easy to create labels that meet your needs, exceed your expectations and help you sell more product. Login or create an account and complete the request form to have all 14 of our materials in your hands within a matter of days for testing.
December 14, 2020
With so much focus on product packaging finding its way into the world’s oceans and piling up in our landfills, sustainable packaging is at the forefront of consumer consciousness. It’s difficult to imagine what life on earth will look like in two to three hundred years. Although it’s hard to predict what the future holds, one thing is certain: billions of plastic bottles, containers, and boxes will still be sitting in landfills and spilling out into our oceans. A typical plastic bottle takes 450 years to fully degrade.
July 15, 2020
Packaging waste is a big problem in the U.S. According to recent EPA statistics, it’s an 80.1 million-ton-per-year problem. That’s how much packaging waste made it into landfills in this country in 2017, the most recent year with published data available. In fact, packaging waste accounted for nearly a third of all solid waste dumped into landfills that year.