(PRWEB) July 25, 2006
Etiquette, http://www.etiquette.co.uk - have taken a fresh look at the requirements of small to medium volume sandwich producers, and the problematic issue of labelling baps, sandwiches and rolls.
The new “Sandwich Labelling Kit” provides a budget priced, yet highly effective solution for producing professional quality sandwich labels at a fraction of the cost of other solutions currently available on the market.
The Etiquette Solution however, goes further than simply providing the hardware for your solution. UK Trading Standards guidelines and regulations must also be taken into consideration and Etiquette are only to happy to help.
“We have understood that customers do not want the worry of correct compliance labelling” says Martin Williams, Marketing Manager. “Our labelling experts are happy to advise to ensure that your labelling is compliant with UK law. Anyone worried about this issue can have complete peace of mind”.
Etiquette’s Sandwich Labelling Kit includes a label printer, 4 printer ribbons, five thousand 3 colour labels and simple to use Label Design Software. Standard labels are available pre-printed by Etiquette, with a generic design, and then over-printed using your sandwich labelling kit. As an additional option, custom pre-printed labels are also available providing the opportunity to design and incorporate your own Company’s brand marketing objectives.
One of the benefits of using Etiquette’s sandwich labeller is the refreshing approach to repeat label and ribbon orders. Williams explains, “There are no tricks. We do not increase the price of labels and ribbons on repeat orders and do not employ any oily tactics to bind people into our solution.”
Since the launch of the new Kit, Etiquette have reported that sales have rocketed. “There is huge demand for a simple, yet professional solution for producing and printing sandwich labels,” explains Tom Bunce, Sales Director. “There are numerous solutions on the market but customers tell us there is a problem with transparency. We have simply responded to the need.”