Specializing in HP 4500 Thermal InkJet Supplies, Service and Support

“Edibles” Labeling | CBD Packaging | THC Marking

Case Printing Has the Direct Coding Solution for your Budget Dram cup label direct TIJ

Labels = Labor Costs – Save costs with off line printing vs labeling

Save on product labeling. Your biggest cost is labor.  As you scale up production,  the inefficiencies of manual labeling will hurt throughput. With in-line digital direct coding,  you can minimize your up-front capital costs and still save every month on labor and supplies

  • Case Printing Solutions Save you Labor

We will help you choose the right line for your product and packaging!

Variable Data: Compliant Coding

Your details change with every product batch.  No matter what state you’re in, or even Canada, you have to be compliant with batch to batch and date code labeling of your product.  (State by state labeling requirements)

  • Case Printing Solutions Will Help you be Compliant

Our Direct printers connect to a computer, so switching over for product and batch changes is easy, and immediate.  No long swap over times, no left-over labels and possible mix ups.

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Wyld “Edibles”

Flat Box + Sleeve Marking – Carton and Package Marking

Off-line coding system for sleeves and flat boxes.  Automate your date codes and variable data package marking ( weight, CBD, THC content, batch number, expiration dates and more).   Can print fixed data, logos and barcodes.

Low upfront costs make this an ideal entry-level solution for automation to replace manual labeling. Thermal InkJet makes no mess, is odor-free and requires almost no maintenance, making it a great solution for oils, flowers, extracts and edibles.

 

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Vials and Plastics: Solvent Inks for Direct Printing on Pouches, Drams, Films and Tubes

Solvent thermal ink jet inks print directly on plastic pouches and dram cups.  No more secondary labels.  TIJ solvent-based inks are designed for printing on metals, foils, plastic film, hard plastic, glossy boxes, and other non-porous surfaces.  When in doubt, send us your material and we will make a print sample to test the ink-substrate compatibility.   TIJ solvent-based inks provide aggressive dry times and permanence onto difficult substrates, when compared to water-based pigment inks

Packaging and Labeling Regulations

Variable Data Labeling

California Prop 64 Packaging and Labeling Requirements:  

Digital printing on the packaging is most commonly used for the “Information Labeling”

INFORMATIONAL PANEL – any part of the label that is not the primary panel 

    •  Manufacturer name and contact information* — Must be a name listed on the license certificate (either the legal business name or the registered DBA), and their phone number or website 
    •  Date of manufacture/packaging*— One date may be used. Include month, day and year. (Example: MFG/PKG: 02/23/19) 
    • Government warning statement for cannabis products* (capital letters and bold font) 
    • UID number — The unique tracking number issued through Track-and-Trace 
    • Batch or lot number 
    • Instructions for use and any preparation needed*— For example, the method of consumption or application 
    • List of all ingredients* (in descending order by weight or volume) — Include sub-ingredients, if any 
    • Allergens* (if applicable) — The word “Contains,” followed by a list of any major food allergen in the product. The major food allergens are milk, egg, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts, soybeans, fish or crustacean shellfish. Use the specific food name when disclosing allergens (i.e. “almonds” instead of “tree nuts”). 
    • Artificial food colorings* (if applicable) 
    • Expiration, use-by or best-by date* (if applicable) 
    • “KEEP REFRIGERATED” or “REFRIGERATE AFTER OPENING”* (if perishable after opening) 
    • “FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY”* (if applicable) — Manufacturers must include these words on the label if the product contains a THC concentration that can only be sold in the medicinal market. 

Edible product labels must also include: 

    • Sodium, sugar, carbohydrates, and total fat per serving* (in milligrams or grams) 

OTHER LABELING – may be on either the primary or informational panel 

  • Cannabinoid content (in milligrams) – Cannabinoid content may be added to the label by the manufacturer before testing or on the distribution premises after testing. 
  • THC and CBD per package (for all manufactured products) 
  • THC and CBD per serving (for edibles and concentrates