Free Range Eggs Bird Flu Advisory Labels

£49.50

20% Discount when you order 20,000 labels. 30% Discount when you order 100,000.

Description

10,000 Advisory labels for Bird Flu specific labelling changes for free range eggs. 10 rolls x 1,000

The labels are available from Danro ex. Stock.

Labels are 1-inch (25mm) in diameter and can be hand applied or applied via the TOWA-30 applicator delivered with the Free Range Eggs Advisory Label Bundle.

Background to this product

The bird flu outbreak has lead to a conflict between EU regulations and declarations of hens being free range. It is expected that all eggs produced by free range flocks that have been subject to the DEFRA housing order will need to be labelled as such. This is because under EU regulations, birds kept in barns for 12-weeks or longer cannot have their eggs marketed as free range. The labels are available from Danro ex. Stock.

Labels are 1-inch (25mm) in diameter and can be hand applied or applied via the TOWA-30 applicator delivered with the Free Range Eggs Advisory Label Bundle. Here is a BBC news article explaining the situation.

Labels are Pantone colour 321 label with a statement explaining that the hens laying the free range eggs have been housed for their welfare (i.e. to minimise the risk of contracting the H5N8 avian flu virus).

Please refer to DEFRA for further clarification. Danro accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the advice on this site and all advice is provided as is without any warranty whatsoever.

Additional information

Materials

White Vellum paper printed cyan with white lettering. Permanent/Universal Adhesive

Size

25mm diameter circle

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