The sample labels here were generated with the Genesis R&D labeling modules (sold separately). Keep in mind, each label has a variety of formatting and modification options, so you can create the exact label you need.
You can create a wide variety of U.S. labels that comply with the pre-existing and the new (2016) regulations.
This is the most common label format. This format is recommended unless there isn’t enough continuous vertical space. U.S. labels are also eligible for tabular and linear formats, which the program accommodates.
This is the Standard format with both English and Spanish.
Depending on the product and the number of serving sizes in your package, you may need to use the Dual Column label.
The Canada label module incorporates label formats and regulations that comply with Canada’s nutrition labeling laws, both the 2003 and current (2016) rules. Your Labels can be created in English or in English and French.
This is the most common label format. This format is recommended unless there isn’t enough continuous vertical space. Canada labels are also eligible for tabular and linear formats, which the program accommodates.
This is the Standard format with both English and French.
Depending on the product, you many need a Dual column label. This shows both English and French
European Union Labels
Your EU labeling formats include regional settings as well to account for differences in punctuation usage.
This is the Standard, common EU label.
This label shows the %RI as well as the values.
With per serving data
This label shows the nutrient data per 100g and per serving, along with the %RI for both.
This is the Standard Mexico label with the required nutrients: calories, protein, fat, saturated fat, carbohydrates, dietary fiber, and sodium.
This is the Standard label with both Spanish and English.
This is the Mexico label with some of the eligible voluntary nutrients.