Drew & Rogers supplies many forms of labels used by food manufacturers to indicate the ingredients and the nutritional content of their products. From pressure sensitive labels, prime labels, shrink labels, hinge labels, expanded content labels to screen printed labels we do it all!
However, the actual content is mandated by the government specifically the Food and Drug administration. They are responsible for the industry as a whole.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the safety of substances added to food. They also regulate how most food is processed, packaged, and labeled.
The FDA maintains educational information, databases and listings related to food allergens, ingredients, food additives, color additives and Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) substances.
The FDA has a role in Food Additives & Ingredients. They maintain program information, inventories, and databases related to food packaging and other substances that come in contact with food.
The FDA is the is the administrator of all Irradiation used by the industry. The FDA provides regulatory and scientific information about irradiated food and packaging. Irradiation may be used to increase shelf-life and reduce harmful bacteria in meat, poultry, vegetables and other foods.
Labeling & Nutrition labels is governed by the FDA. The FDA regulates food labeling, what claims can and cannot be made on a food label, and how to use the nutrition facts label.
FDA assesses the environmental impact of its regulatory actions. Therefore, manufacturers must include an environmental assessment with their petitions and notifications.