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Evolabel complies with allergen control

posted Mar 30, 2015, 7:32 AM by Martin Dijkstra   [ updated Jun 16, 2015, 7:57 AM ]

The latest allergen labeling standards that came into effect at the end of 2014 have made food producers and packers make additional measures to highlight allergens on pack.

 

The Evolabel Print Apply System often works seamlessly with 3rd party systems to provide allergen control but it can also be used as a stand-alone system for companies who don't already have labeling software.


One file update for all of your products

 

Allergens are declared in a single file and the dynamic template(s) are triggered based on what is in the ingredient field. So a single template with 500 primary products - allergens all controlled by 1 single file. 


The allergen control feature is part of the standard Evolabel printer software, thus included in the standard price of the machine.

 


The label example above is from Macleans Highland Bakery in the UK, who is using the allergen control feature in an Evolabel D43 Belt. Evolabels partner Industrial Labelling Systems (ILS) is successfully representing Evolabel in the UK.