Cannabis

Custom Cannabis and Marijuana Labels: Cannabis Edibles, Cannabis Oils and Cannabis Topicals

Custom Medical & Recreational Cannabis Labels

Cannabis labels that stick. Labels that peel off, especially on a retail shelf, create regulatory and merchandising issues that can escalate into financial losses and brand damage. That’s because cannabis labels must convey required, track-able information (text, bar codes, consecutive numbering) and act as sophisticated branding and marketing vehicles. Right material selection equals right performance and the right look to ensure no edge lifting –especially on tight mandrel cannabis containers – and beautiful labels.

 Small batches with professional quality labels. Small batches – no worries!  You can still get professional quality, marketing-appropriate labels and use variable information printing in an open lamination area to include different batch information.

How we can help. Columbine Label understands the specific needs of the dynamic and evolving cannabis label market and provides a host of properly performing products to meet your cannabis labeling needs. Our hallmarks of consistent color management and on-time delivery together with our cannabis label expertise ensures you get exactly what you need.

Cannabis Labels: A Few Examples
(we have more, call us if you don’t see yours here)

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Cannabis Edibles. Popular cannabis edibles are brownies, cookies, chocolates, honey, cannabutter and candy. Cannabis products must be labeled properly to ensure consumers are informed about the contents to prevent unintended use.  Labeling requirements for the primary panel should include a universal symbol recognizing the contents of the product and the dosage, while the information panel will include additional required information. Your Cannabis Edible label communicates your brand and keeps your consumers safe.

Cannabis Oils. Cannabis oil labels are critical in communicating information to your buyer. Knowledgeable buyers are looking for branded products; most importantly they want to know the concentration of CBD (in mg) in your product, and if there is a presence of solvents/toxins.  Oils tend to be tough on label materials, thus proper selection of the right material (oil-resistant face-stocks, topcoat / laminate and adhesive) is important when labeling your cannabis oil products so your buyer will remain informed.

Cannabis Topicals. For cannabis topicals, you are typically speaking to various consumer demographics. Your product needs a professional and durable label material that communicates to the need of each consumer type while staying in compliance with regulations. Cannabis Topicals fall under current FDA guidelines and are subject to the same rules and regulations.  Label material selection for cannabis topicals is key to ensuring proper performance and endurance through to end-use.