Bags and Films and Poly Bags

food labeling on plastic bags

Many businesses print their own logo, bar codes, and packaging information onto bags, whether film or poly, as it can be more cost effective than buying them in bulk already printed. Printing your own bags gives you greater control when you need to change dates, UPC codes, or even print some to advertise a particular promotion. We offer a variety of printers to meet your needs.


This is a small sample of the products we offer which can print and code on Bags and Films and Poly Bag Substrates:

flexpackpro 210 series

FlexPackPRO® 210 Series

Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide

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flexpackpro 420 series

FlexPackPRO® 420 Series

Thermal transfer, print up to 107mm wide

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flexpackpro 130 series

FlexPackPRO® 130 Series

Thermal transfer, Print up to 32mm wide

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flexpackpro all electric tto

FlexPackPRO® All-Electric TTO

Thermal transfer, print up to 53mm wide

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FlexPackPRO® Thermal Transfer Ribbons (TTR)

Thermal transfer ribbons

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Griffin Rutgers: Bags and Films and Poly Bag Substrates

3 Tips for Food Labeling on Plastic Bags

Food labeling involves taking into account many specific U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-driven rules and regulations to ensure accurate and complete information is presented to the consumer when making a purchase decision. With a glut of food recalls or incidences of food production-related illness and death in recent years, food labeling is a serious matter that’s central to a food manufacturing strategy.

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How Traceable Are Your Meal Sleeves?

Prepared foods sometimes get a bad rap, but for the busy family or professional, ready to eat meals and prepared foods can certainly be a viable and healthy option. The market has continued to grow steadily, in part because of consumer demand. Food packagers that produce these meals in high volume find that an automated […]

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