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Meat Labels Get An Upgrade To Help Consumers & Reboot Sales http://ow.ly/jTQPK
Label changes are coming for the American meat industry!
Soon you will see new names to describe the cuts of meat at the grocery store. The original Uniform Retail Meat Identification Standards that are currently being used to identify the different cuts of meat were meant for butchers and not every-day customers.
After nearly two years of consumer research, the National Pork Board, the Beef Checkoff Program and federal agriculture officials have agreed on an updated labeling system that should hit stores just in time for prime grilling season.
More than 350 cuts of pork and beef will carry new labels that will include new names, characteristics of the meat and cooking guidelines. The new labels will eliminate confusion for the consumer and should increase sales.
Great labels help you discover great craft beer http://ow.ly/jVF6c
The craft beer industry is booming! Will Coldwell explains how beer packaging helps unknown beer brands stick out on the shelves with creative label art. We expect to see more innovative label designs as this industry grows.
Because these labels contain information about the company as well as the beer, these labels not only serve as a brand identifier but also give the consumer a chance to learn about their story and the personality of the brewery.
Share with us your favorite craft beer label! Tweet us at @WeberPackaging or leave a link in the comments of the blog.
Weber Visits Germany
We are happy to share this picture of Mike (right) and Robert Ungureanu (left) from Weber Canada in front of the Weber Bluhm car near the plant in Germany.
Looking forward to hearing about the new equipment that Mike and Robert checked out during their trip.
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