research has shown me that wrappers are made from
good quality paper, foil or thin plastic.
My wrapper will be made from paper and will be printed
using a laser printer. The size of my wrapper will
it would be printed using the off-set lithography
process and a UV varnish applied to give it a glossy
finish. My wrapper will have the same sort of information
that I have highlighted above. It will also have recycling
symbols and will probably be organic or fair trade
chocolate, so will need that information as well.
massive variety of different chocolate bar wrappers.
OF SALE/POINT OF PURCHASE:
box below doubles up as both the Point Of Purchase
shop counter display and the outer shipping box.
type of POP is made from thin recycled solid white
lined chipboard. The stronger POP’s are made
from thin corrugated card called E flute (90 flutes
per linear foot) and have a mottled white outsider
liner for printing on. These POP’s are all die-cut
nets that flat pack when the product is not inside.
They are printed with the off-set lithography process.
A UV or spirit varnish is added to give a glossy finish.
Depending on quantity required, they are either batch
or mass produced.
A bar code is not required as they are printed on
the individual wrappers.
(Take a look at the packaging and point
of purchase/shipping boxes)
CHOCOLATE IS MADE:
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