Food labels for Community Fridge project
Posted: 20th January 2020
Correct food labels are key to safety and legislation is very clear. This even applies to items that are given away at ever popular community food projects.
Paperwork UK was approached by The Community Fridge project for advice on food label legislation and with sparing waste in mind, we were also able to provide food labels for us on the scheme.
As an environmentally concious manufactuer, we are careful with raw materials but production does create a limited amount of overs. To avoid waste, with similar principals to the Firdge project, we are able to give back to the community with thermal products for food labels.
The Community Fridge was first launched in Derbyshire in 2016 and there are now almost 100 projects across the UK. The average UK family wastes £810 per year on throw away food and drink but the scheme offers a way to pass on food that would otherwise be wasted to people in need.
Food labels for your project
You can follow the project online by searching #CommunityFridge on social media. If you’re interested in the Community Fridge project you can find more information online, whether that’s donating or setting something up in your area. Both businesses and members of the public can donate. If you’ve got a community project you may need label support with, get in touch with us directly.
Paperwork UK is a leading label manufactuer and on sector it specialises in is food and beverage labels. We can give help and guidance on changing legislation to incorporate Natasha’s Law. Or we can simply help with finding labels that match your product needs. We supply products on sheets, roll or as fanfold stacks to work with your current printers or applicators.
We also supply thermal and inkjet printers as well as software to ensure your labels meet government requirements. For more information, get in touch with our sales team.