Freezer adhesive labels provide a good initial tack and long term adhesion on a range of surfaces in deep freeze conditions, Once in the freezer the adhesive stays effective to temperatures as low as -40c, making them ideal for food labeling in cold temperatures.
Our freezer labels have the same face material & wood-free kraft backing paper as of our popular matt white perm labels. To ensure you keep your frozen products fresh and labelled correctly, order your freezer labels now.
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What are Freezer Labels Used For?
Although these freezer labels are created explicitly for freezer use, they can be used in a number of different ways including,
These labels can be used in a number of ways such as food labelling, whether it has allergy information, use by or sell-by dates. This is especially important for businesses reliant on strict labelling and tracking, but can also be significant for home use, as food can often be forgotten about in the freezer, meaning you might not know when it was bought or cooked.
Medical Labels are another example, With Samples and research needing to be identified these labels could be key in that process especially when freezing down to minus 40°C, and so will work at temperatures in this range should your freezer be set within it.
Our freezer labels come in packs of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 250, and 500 sheets, so you can buy the right amount for your needs.
We also offer great discounts if you purchase more than 5 packs of any sort/material in a single order, making our labels true value for money.
Buy any 5 packs you get 5% off, buy any 10 packs get 10% off, buy any 20 packs get 20% off.
For larger bulk orders or pallet orders, please contact our sales team.
Tips for printing onto our Freezer labels
These labels can be used in laser & Inkjet printers, photocopiers, they can also be written on by hand too. Our Self adhesive freezer adhesive Labels on Sheets are so easy to use, you can just place them in your printer tray as you would any piece of paper & press Print. However we do recommend slowing your printer down during the printing process by choosing a thicker paper option, this will ensure you get a better print result.
Sometimes setting your computer to auto, actual size or fit will effect the layout when printing on sheets of A4 labels. So it’s always worth taking the time to do a test print onto a piece of paper first. Then you can check the sizing & positioning of your print without using up a label sheet.