Great food deserves a great label

From bespoke colour labels, to liner-free, sticky label receipts, there's an Epson food labelling printing solution to suit your business needs.

On-demand colour labelling solutions

ColorWorks colour label printers deliver the speed, efficiency, flexibility and reliability your food business demands.

Designed to bring your brands to life by promoting your produce in the best possible light.

Stand out from the crowd and inform your customers with ColorWorks labelling.

Attract more buyers and increase sales by making your produce look as appealing as possible.

Epson inks comply with Food Contact Materials regulations.1

Label receipt solutions for takeaways

These label receipt printers use a special type of liner-free paper that sticks to takeaway food bags and boxes. Benefits include:

  • Easy to use and time saving: no need to peel off the label
  • No wasted backing paper
  • Compact, sleek and cost effective
  • Designed to integrate seamlessly with existing POS solutions
  • Differentiate

    Help with colour and personalisation to differentiate your products from competitors'.

  • Increase brand loyalty

    You can increase customer loyalty through image consistency and quality colour printing.

  • Highlight allergens

    Protect customers (and your business) by clearly highlighting allergens and nutritional information, with full-colour traffic light labelling systems.

  • Personalise

    Upsell the product by using personalisation – increase margins.

Ready-made food

  • Use colour to highlight food allergens and nutrition values
  • Create fresh products with colourful labels
  • Increase sales by building your brand
  • Keep customers coming back and improve loyalty
ESPA services
C3500 labels lead to a huge increase in sales

Artisan food producers

  • Save money by reducing label wastage
  • Match your label‘s colour to brand colours
  • From print to product in minutes
  • Create personalised editions with names and messages for special occasions
Patisseries - case study
Versatile colour labelling for the retail food market

Coffee chains and quick service restaurants

  • Make your brand stand out
  • Personalise your customers' orders
  • Increase sales by up to 30%2
  • Create special offers
Orlamünde
Bäckerei Orlamünde opts for Epson label printers

Fruit juice bottles

  • Print for multiple brands
  • Maximise efficiency
  • Change messaging on bottles at anytime
Greens Engros
A very successful step for the business

Producing food products for multiple brands

  • Print other companies' brand logos in full colour on the label
  • Produce labels in different shapes, sizes and materials
  • Use QR codes to run marketing campaigns using product labels
  • Change messaging on bottles at anytime

Epson inks comply with Food Contact Materials regulations

Manufacturers in the food packing segment employ the highest levels of manufacturing control to protect the consumer. Food packaging is subject to legislation and regulation, which applies to all materials intended to come into contact with packaged food including the label, collectively known as Food Contact Materials (FCMs).1

Find out more about our label printer range

Find out more about our label printer range

Shelf Edge

Streamline your shelf-edge label production

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Colour Label Printer

Setting new standards in colour label printing

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Chemical GHS labeling

Industrial Printing in a new standard

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Visitor Passes

Add professionalism to your passes

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  1. It is the responsibility of all suppliers in the food packaging chain to ensure that appropriate materials are chosen for each package they produce. Epson SurePress and ColorWorks inks are compliant with EU Framework Regulation ((EC) No. 1935/2004), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) ((EC) No. 2023/2006), Plastics Implementation Measure (PIM) ((EU) 10/2011) and are included in Swiss Ordinance (SR 817.023.21) on Food Contact Materials for food packaging printing inks.
  2. http://www.retail-manager.com/155-2/