Inland Label, headquartered in La Crosse, WI, received the “Best of Category” award from Great Lakes Graphics Association for Fox Barrel Cider Company’s Pressure Sensitive Label.
Fox Barrel Cider’s Blackberry Pear Cider Black Label was the pressure sensitive label nominated and chosen for the award. This label design was named best in the Flexo-Mid Web, Process category. This label design consisted of a sleek color combination and raised image, giving the label a 3D effect and tactile feel.
With a 20% growth rate last year, the cider segment is one of the key drivers in the ever growing craft beer industry. With no signs of slowing down, the cider segment is gaining popularity amongst millennials, who are known for experimenting and exploring new flavors and styles of beer.
Inland Label was honored to receive this award from the Great Lakes Graphics Association. GLGA’s Graphic Excellence awards are said to honor companies who demonstrate superb craftsmanship in creating visual artistry.
Scott Roob from Inland Label explained that, “Fox Barrel takes great pride in their company, and that is shown by the great cider they produce, the great packaging they put their cider in, and the awards that they win for their product. It is an honor to produce the high end labels that go on their bottles, and see the pleasure consumers get when they experience a Fox Barrel cider. Inland Label truly values the partnership it has with Fox Barrel.”
About Inland Label: Inland Label is one of the largest privately owned label suppliers in North America, producing over 23 billion labels annually for customers worldwide. Inland has four decades of experience producing high quality labels for brand leaders in the food, beverage and consumer products markets. The company’s product offering includes Cut and Stack, Injection In-Mold, Pressure Sensitive, Blow Mold and Shrink labels.
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