Labeling machines and the importance of reliability

The first step to successful labeling is to ensure that the equipment has been specifically matched to your application. The container, including glass bottles, plastic bottles, vials, etc can vary greatly in-wall shapes, heights, widths. Looking at the scope of variance in your packaging will need to be evaluated by someone experienced in this area…

New Country of Origin Food Labelling Law – free webinar for businesses

At 6:30pm on Thursday 22 June AEST the ACCC, along with representatives from peak industry groups, will be streaming a free webinar on the new law. The webinar will focus on the practical issues for businesses complying with the new food labelling requirements before they become mandatory on 1 July 2018. The webinar will address…

Country of Origin Labelling Legislation Update

On 1 July 2016, the Australian Government introduced changes to country of origin labelling for food to provide clearer and more meaningful information to the Australian community about where their food comes from.

Country of Origin Labelling update & food forums

CoOL information forums for food The Department of Industry Innovation and Science, in partnership with the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, will be conducting information forums to educate businesses on the CoOL (Country of Origin Labelling) reforms for food. The forums will be held in capital cities and…

How to label a difficult shaped olive oil bottle?

This video shows a 100mL bottle called a ‘BellOlio’ being labelled.  It has a square base and a round top.  You will see we can label at the rate of 18 bottles per minute with this difficult bottle. The BenchMAX is revolutionary in design as it can detect the edge of a square base and…

Wrap up of 2017 Olive Exposium

In case you missed it, here is the wrap up of the Olive Exposium 2017, the only International and Australian Olive Industry event hosted in Australia. Spirits were high at McLaren Vale in the stunning Fleurieu Peninsula during 7-9th February where more than 110 industry experts, influencers, growers, distributors, producers, marketers, researchers and suppliers worldwide…

Tips for planning your olive oil label

Considerations when ‘planning your label’ Australia and New Zealand Food Authority Some requirements for labelling: Name and address of manufacturer. This is to be site address not a PO Box, and should include the state of the manufacturer. The lot identification. This is a code that relates to each batch of oil you produce. The code for that…