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Kraft Paper Labels

Kraft is a highly-opaque label material that serves as a blank canvas for your creativity. And because it features 100% recycled and 50% post-consumer content, it shows your customers that you believe in environmental responsibility. The tactile nature of a Kraft label makes it ideal for coffee and gourmet food packaging, high-end pet products, and soap packaging.

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Kraft Paper Labels Give Your Product a Rustic Yet Premium Feel

Kraft paper is an un-laminated brown paper, without varnish or any other covering to obscure its textured finish. Kraft labels have a natural and rustic vibe that simultaneously comes across as high-end and bespoke. The strong adhesive has a wide range of temperature tolerance (-10 to +200 F), allowing it to withstand use in refrigerators, ice boxes, and other extreme environments. 

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