Uncle Charley's labels go green
Uncle Charley's Sausage Company's brand has established a presence in grocery, supermarket and chain stores in the company's expanding markets throughout Pennsylvania and surrounding states. Uncle Charley's red and gold labels on its packaging, with a pig in a chef's hat and apron cooking a sausage on a flaming grill, attract shoppers looking for premium sausage products.
Uncle Charley's labels are now going green. The company has announced that it is using Ravenwood Linerless Labels, which do not incorporate a separate release liner or backing material. Designed for high-volume manufacturing and processing line applications like Uncle Charley's, the labels eliminate the environmental waste that thousands of tons of throwaway liner paper create when they are disposed of in landfills.
"We are using the Linerless Labels on our major product lines currently," said Charles S. Armitage, CEO of Uncle Charley's Sausage Company. " It's a cost-effective solution that is environmental friendly while at the same time, provides a pressure-sensitive attractive label that maintains the shelf appeal that Uncle Charley's Sausage has created in the marketplace."
Source: Uncle Charley's Sausage Company