With a premium custom printed label your specialty food or beverage brand can compete with the big boys.
You've put your heart and soul into develping the best specialty food or beverage. The label that you place on your container needs to represent that same level of passion and quality. Rival Branding produces top quality labels for startup and small brands that demand quality. Our digital printing and finishing process allows us to produce labels with unrivaled color, giving you the ability to design a label that your product deserves.
Whether you need custom labels for your honey jars, kombucha bottles, mason jars, BBQ sauces, hot sauce bottles, salsa jars, coffee bags, spice jars, bbq rubs, olive oil bottles, juice bottles or small batch ciders, Rival Branding can help you create the perfect custom label at an affordable price.
We offer an extensive selection of label materials, giving you the ability to select a material that best matches your food or beverage brand.
We offer several diferent types of label materials, including white bopp (our most popular), white semi gloss paper, estate papers, clear bopp and several others. Selecting the proper material for your specialty food or beverage is very important to the success of your produce. When selecting the most appropriate material there are a couple of questions you need to answer:
- Do you need moisture protection?
- Will your label be applied to a damp container?
- Does your label need to withstand extreme temperatures?
By far our most popular type of label for the specialty food and beverage market is white bopp. This is a plastic label material that will stand up to the challenges of moisture and prevent the label from wicking up liquids around the edges. We finish our white bopp labels with a matte or gloss lamination that only adds to the durability of the label and protects your beautiful artwork. Customers choose gloss lamination when they want an extra pop to the label. Matte is selected to avoid the glare or shine that can sometimes make your label difficult to read.