Tamper Seals

Tamper seals, also known as tamper bands or cross strips, are an important part of packaging design. Not only do they serve a functional need in providing safety and security for packaging, but they also provide a design opportunity for products. Tamper and safety seals for bottles and jars come in a huge variety of shapes and sizes, from simple bands across the top of a bottle to complete wraps of a lid, and everything in between. Many brands use them in combination with custom containers and their bottle or jar labels to create a fully-designed, high-end appearance.

Many high-end craft spirits use tamper seals for bottles to create a distinctive, complex packaging solution. Special edition or limited release beers can utilize tamper seals to add an eye-catching element that stands out on the shelf. Specialty food products, from jams to BBQ sauces to spices, use tamper seals to both protect products and convey the quality of the contents within. Tamper proof seals for bottles combine both product safety and presentation in one package, but it can take a digital printing company to help your business accomplish both goals.

Why Choose Blue Label Packaging for Your Tamper Seals?

Tamper seals for spirits bottles.

It’s important that your tamper seal compliments the rest of your product packaging. Blue Label Packaging Company has a huge selection of tamper seal sizes and shapes and can order a custom die to account for any size you design. Our large selection of materials and adhesives allow you to design a seal that perfectly aligns with your overall package.

Our finishing techniques can also help take your tamper seals to the next level. We can hot foil stamp and emboss your tamper seals to create a more complex, premium effect. Since tamper seals are printed with the same HP Indigo print engines we use to create the labels themselves, the colors will be an exact match. So, there is no need to worry about mismatched Pantone colors on the same product.

Ready to invest in quality tamper seals for jars, bottles, and other containers? Contact Blue Label today to talk to one of our experts about your next labeling project.