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Labeltronix Scores a ‘Hat Trick’ of Gold Awards—and Wins More

Labeltronix recently brought home multiple awards, including three golds, from three industry competitions during the first weekend in May. The company won three gold awards for Excellence in Flexography from the Flexographic Technical Association. The labels earning the honor included: Stateland Wine, Annadoll Wine and Monkey Face Bourbon. A breakthrough "scratch 'n sniff" Cocomero label…
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Greenbar Distillery: A Labor of Love—Literally—in L.A.’s Arts District

A Labeltronix customer for a decade, Greenbar Distillery is now one of the most experienced craft distilleries in the country. And like many small businesses, they have a fun origin story. Co-founder Melkon Khosrovian was inspired to create infused spirits that his then-fiance, Litty Mathew, would find more palatable than the harsh liquor served during…
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One Order Equals One Tree

Earth Day is only 1 week away - and there's a special way you can make a difference. For the next 7 days, if you place an order with us - we'll plant a tree through the National Forest Foundation. At Labeltronix, we consider every day Earth Day. We're dedicated to sustainability and continually look…
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Labeltronix Wins a ‘World Label Award’ in Global Competition

A complex label printed by Labeltronix for Smog City Brewing recently won a prestigious L9 World Label Award for 2018. Labeltronix received the award in the flexographic color process category for “California Love,” featuring a detailed illustration of the California bear from the state flag. Out of 70 labels that were eligible for the global…
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ARE MILLENNIALS BEING IGNORED?

Are Millennials ignored by wineries? -- That's the controversial question raised by Blake Gray on The Gray Report recently. He makes three points: Millennials like healthy products, yet many wineries oppose ingredient labeling. Gray commended Ridge Vineyards—a Labeltronix customer—for its willingness to add just such a label, as shown below. Millennials want and expect this…
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