Organizing Batches And Label Requirements

Business By Creswell57 Updated 28 Mar 2016 , 1:42am by Lady221Bakery

Creswell57 Posted 17 Mar 2016 , 6:39pm
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Hi -

Does anyone have a good way of organizing batches in the freezer?


We're in NH and required to label the net weight of all products. Anyone else have to do that? Do you just weigh each order and do a custom label?


Any lableing software printer suggestions?


THanks!!!

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craftybanana2 Posted 17 Mar 2016 , 7:12pm
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Maybe do a separate Net weight label that you can just print out from a label maker? Avery makes some good label printers, I used one at one of my jobs to label the drawers for custom photos, packaging, etc. It was one of those that was just big enough for one line of text. But if it's cookies and you are using the same scoop, I doubt an inspector is going to weigh all your cookies to make sure they weigh exactly the same.

Lady221Bakery Posted 28 Mar 2016 , 1:42am
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I don't know about the freezer part, but I would suggest you print general labels with an empty line to write the weight of your product on. I'm in New York and that's allowable here for spices and such that aren't all the same weight when you portion them out. I know we don't have to address weights for custom orders. I hope that idea helps.

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