Package Design Q&A
Asked September 6th, 2012
Consider Multiple-Panel Labels (MPLs).
MPLs can provide up to 32 pages where you can add information for many reasons such as:
Product Information, Drug Facts, Product Liability Information, Regulatory Information, and Instructional Copy
Their features include:
1) Occupying the same space as a standard label.
2) First person communication with your customers.
3) Information that remains on the primary package for the customer to have on-hand.
4) No additional packaging line set-ups versus regular labels.
The designs of these MPLs are as diverse as your printed information needs can get. They can be provided in booklet or leaflet style, they can reseal to be opened many times, or they can have tamper-evident features added to indicate they have been opened.