Cooksmill's Guide to Food Labelling | Infographic
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Cooksmill’s super simple way of boosting profits, reducing waste and helping the environment
What if we told you that you could boost your profits, reduce your food waste, protect your customers and help the environment all with just a simple peel and stick? You would be right to be sceptical, but you would be surprised to hear that all that can be achieved in a matter of seconds.
Food waste is becoming a real problem across the world and especially in the UK. Each year the UK 1.9 Million tonnes of food is wasted. A whopping 250,000 tonnes of that 1.9 million tonnes is food that is still edible which equates to around 650 million meals. Within the UK alone, 8.4 million people are struggling to afford to eat which is equivalent to the entire population of London.
How YOU can help
Not only are these statistics deeply worrying but they are also preventable. Here at Cooksmill we have a range of food labelling options that are extremely cost effective and practical. Within our range we have labels for all establishments no matter how big or small.
Applying food labels is a simple way of doing your bit to address these alarming statistics. Not only will you be doing your bit to address these issues, you will also be helping your own establishment tremendously.
Food labelling is a simple yet effective way of reducing food waste, boosting profits and keeping your customers safe.
The Cooksmill day dots help reduce your food waste and boost profits with their simple colour-coded food rotation system. The smart, simple design of the day dot makes it almost effortless to rotate food to reduce waste. We have a dot for every day of the week, simply peel and stick onto the food’s container on the day it is made.
Reducing waste and staying on top of food rotation is great way of increasing profits whilst also ensuring that food that may become unsafe isn’t served to customers. Day dots are an extremely cost effective tool which can have fantastic benefits. The Cooksmill day dots come in bulks of a 1000, which offer superior value for money.
The Cooksmill removable allergy safety labels are great for busy establishments, which need a simple yet effective way of labelling food that may contain allergy sensitive contents. The Cooksmill removable allergy safety labels are a quick and reliable way of labelling food to ensure that customers stay safe whilst eating your food.
In the UK, about ten people die every year from food-induced anaphylaxis. Therefore, it is extremely important that all establishments have a precautions in place to eliminate the slightest chance of an accident happening. Our label’s simple design makes it almost effortless to record any ingredients that may cause an allergic reaction. The simple tick/cross method makes it simple and easy for anyone to use.
Use First Labels
The Cooksmill removable use first Red round labels are fantastic for busy establishments that need a practical way of reducing food waste. Control your food waste and boost profits with this removable use first rotation system.
The simple design of the removable use-first round labels makes rotating food a piece of cake! Reducing waste and staying on top of food rotation is great way of increasing profits whilst also ensuring that food that may become unsafe isn’t served to customers. The Cooksmill removable use first round labels are extremely simple and easy to use and can easily be applied to almost any surface. These use-first labels are a simplified version of the day dot.
Item/Date/Use by labels
The Cooksmill removable item/date/use by day labels allow for more detailed information such as what the item of food is, the date of its creation and when it should be used by.
The design of the removable use-by day labels offers a more detailed way of labelling food. These Cooksmill removable use-by day labels are extremely simple and easy to use and can easily be applied to almost any surface. These labels are fantastic for adding more detailed information to items of food that is hidden in containers. Information such as quantity, what the item is, date of creation and the use-by date can all be applied with the use of this label.