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Packaging Features

Nisbets acts on allergens with labels and signs



Next day catering equipment specialist Nisbets has introduced a range of Vogue Allergen labels to make it easier for fish and chip shops to highlight key allergens.


The selection of easy-peel labels includes common allergens such as milk, eggs and peanuts as well as less common ones such as molluscs and soya beans.  The 1 inch labels come in packs of 1,000 and leave no residue on products so if a label needs to be removed it won’t leave any unwanted marks on your products.   The blue, white and red design is said to make them clear enough to stand out, making it easier for customers to identify what they can and can’t eat from a menu.

As well as being ideal for packaged products, the labels save time in the kitchen with no need to worry about ticking a box to highlight the presence of an allergen – simply place a quality label on the product.

In addition, Nisbets has also introduced a range of signs from the Table Notice, to double sided Food Allergen Window and Wall Stickers, offering practical and affordable ways of ensuring friers following legislation and keep customers safe.
Nisbets 0845 1405555 www.nisbets.co.uk/vogue

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