Food & Beverage Labelling

We are renowned for producing stunning labels and have extensive knowledge in many industry sectors, including the food industry.


Etiquette is one of the UK’s leading food and beverage labelling manufacturers and work with some the industry’s leading brands to ensure their products have the best quality labels on the market.  With our experience and expertise we can recommend a variety of economic solutions to suit a variety of applications for various products.

Etiquette is accredited to the Highest Global Standards for Food Packaging

The manufacture and supplying of self-adhesive labels has been the core of our business for over 25 years. As the UK experts in labels and labelling we acknowledge that in the modern era, simply offering competitive pricing and fast turnaround times are not enough to satisfy buyers from all industries. Within certain areas such as food packaging there is an understandable demand on manufacturers to provide a high amount of quality control and traceability of raw materials.

We are Trusted by Leading Brands

Small Businesses and Startups

We are privileged to work with some of the world leading brands in the food industry. At Etiquette we take great pride in knowing that we produce labels of highest quality that are seen on store shelves around the world.

Etiquette are always delighted to work with and assist small and new businesses. We work alongside all of our customers to ensure that your labelling is carried out in accordance with current UK regulations and use our industry expertise to help guide you through every step of the process  helping you to avoid costly errors to save you time and money.

Labels Manufactured for your Requirements

Complete Solutions for your Business

With printing presses capable of producing labels in up to 10 colours, including foil blocking, overlaminating, adhesive pattern printing, reverse web printing and incremental or decremental sequential numbering, Etiquette is able to provide the right solutions to any labelling requirement or application.

We can provide a wide range of solutions for every business including label applicators, label design software, label printers and standalone label printing solutions. We invest a considerable amount of time and energy in understanding our customers’ needs. Our reputation as a complete solutions provider means we can handle label production and process for any business, from project start to finish.

With extensive experience in supplying labels into the food industry, we can optimise for easy application on production lines to achieve the sophisticated label representation of your brand

We can help advise you on Food Labelling and EU FIC Regulations

This piece of European legislation is called the EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation (EU FIC) and came into force on 13 December 2014. It changes the way allergen information appears on labels and on food that is prepacked, sold loose or served when eating outside of the home.


• Any of the 14 allergens that are on the regulatory list must be emphasised on the label, if they are used as ingredients in your pre-packaged food. You can choose what method you wish to emphasise these allergens, for example, by listing them in bold, italics, highlighted or underlined, to help identify them to potential customers.


• Information about allergenic ingredients is to be located in a single place, i.e. the ingredients list on prepacked food. Meaning that the voluntary use of the previous types of allergy boxes such as: 'Contains nuts’ that provide a short cut to allergen ingredients information also given in the ingredients list is no longer allowed. The use of voluntary precautionary allergen labelling such as ‘maycontain’, to indicate the risk of unintentional presence of allergens in a food, is still permitted and has not been affected by this regulation.


• Previously, loose foods for example in supermarkets, delis, cafes and restaurants; didn’t have to provide information you need about food allergens. However, since 13 December 2014, information on any of the 14 allergens used as ingredients should be provided for these foods.

Any ingredients that consumers may have potential allergies must be clearly highlighted as mentioned above this can be done in a number of ways to comply with the regulations and guidelines. This can be achieved by listing the ingredients in bold, italics, highlighted or underlined.

Potential Allergens Clearly Highlighted

All information about allergenic ingredients has to be located within a single place making it easy for consumers to identify these ingredients. This is designed to eliminate any customer confusion and help them make an informed choice if the product is acceptable for their dietary requirements.

Allergenic Ingredients Located in a Single Place

How the Allergy Information Should Appear

• Eggs

• Milk

• Fish

• Crustaceans

• Molluscs

• Peanuts

• Tree nuts

The 14 Allergen Ingredients that have to be Identified

• Sesame seeds

• Cereals containing gluten

• Soya

• Celery and celeriac

• Mustard

• Lupin

• Sulphur dioxide and sulphites

Need Help with your Enquiry?

For more information regarding Food & Beverage Labels or for free, no-obligation advice about any labelling requirement, call our Sales Team on 01978 664544 or Contact Us via the website. by filling out the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible. Alternatively you can email:

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As the UK Experts in Labels and Labelling we are accredited to the highest of standards of British Retail Consortium (BRC) Standards. BRC Global Standard for Food Safety is developed by food industry experts from retailers, manufacturers and food service organisations. We are also SEDEX members meaning we only source materials from sustainable and ethical supply chains.