Experience the future of label printing with Linerless Label Printing. Cut down costs, print more labels, and reduce waste with advanced printing technology.
Linerless label printers print clear and concise labels on special thermal paper. These labels are liner-free and ready to stick after printing for fast and easy labelling! This technology is rapidly being adapted in other industries, and is now available for restaurants and cafes to use.
Linerless labels are designed to be durable and eco-friendly
Linerless labels are heat resistant and water resistant, perfect for any food packaging
Linerless label printer use BPA-free thermal paper that produces up to 52% less CO2 emissions
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Linerless label printing is a new, low-cost, eco-friendly way of labeling food products. It differs significantly from traditional die-cut label printing because the labels have no back liner.
You can print variable-sized labels from one roll that are easy to apply. You also get more labels per roll – as much as 60% more.
In addition, these labels are environment friendly, without any residual silicone. You also save on storage space and on waste disposal.
Over time, restaurants and cafes can save time and money in several ways.
First, linerless labels are ready to stick after printing. This makes it easier for staff to prepare the food packaging for high volume orders and streamline order fulfilment.
Linerless labels allow users to print up to 60% more labels with the same amount of roll compared to traditional die-cut printers. Restaurants will save more inventory space on linerless labels than die-cut labels.
Compared to die-cut labels, yes! Aside from being more energy efficient than traditional die-cut printers, linerless label printers use special thermal paper that reduces waste.
Linerless thermal labels also need less chemicals and materials to produce, thus generating 52% less CO2 emissions compared to conventional label papers.
Finally, linerless labels do not contain Bisphenol-A (BPA), a chemical that can be found in other thermal papers that can be toxic to humans and animals.
Not necessarily. If you want to know the best course of action to optimize your food labeling process, consult with Sapaad’s customer team to get more feedback on your issue.
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