Cheese Labels

Discussion in 'Cheese & Dairy' started by Linda Carney, Jan 18, 2008.

  1. Linda Carney

    Linda Carney New Member

    Does anyone make labels for the cheese they sell? I have only really written on packages the name of the type of cheese with the oz. and ingredients and date made. I have used the disposable rubbermaid take along boxes and written directly on the top. Not too professional. I've also used the food saver bags to vacuum seal cheese then write on the package, still not as pretty as something typed would be.

    What kind of things do you do to label your cheeses for sale?

  2. cmharris6002

    cmharris6002 Guest

    I have templates in my computer for 4"x2" rectangle and 2”x2” square labels (same sixes I use for my lotions) For waxed wheels I use parchment paper and apply the label with a few coats of clear wax. For others I wrap in stretchy plastic wrap and use a sticker labels. Container cheeses also get a sticker label. I buy OL125WJ from for sticker labels and I get the parchment from office supply stores.


  3. CGFarm

    CGFarm Guest

    We pretty much do the same as christy, but i also have a sticker that has the "code" of what the product is.
    That way i can pull that sticker and see what was sold that day and i'm able to keep track of stock.

    I'm going to add a "batch" date to the code sticker so i can also add that info in also.