If you wish to create your own label designs then we are happy for you to do so. Below is a list of requirements we have for the label files you provide. We have also attached our guide to regulatory requirements (advisory only and based on Nutribl's interpretation) and a template pdf to show the format of each label size.

1. FILE FORMAT - we prefer jpg. We don’t use pdf for our print files as they take up too much space on our servers and there is no discernible difference in print quality between jpg and pdf. Please name each label file using the correct SKU as detailed in the label 

2. RESOLUTION - the files should be 600dpi to ensure optimal print quality. 

3. BORDER SPACE - there should be a 3mm back border between the end of the label content and the edge of the label to ensure text does not get cut off when printing.

4. BACKGROUND - We strongly advise a light coloured background for efficiency and print quality. If you choose a dark background please be aware that there may be a fine white border visible on your printed label. We are able to offer flexible ordering on the basis that we only print labels as we need them. To ensure that our service continues to run efficiently we need to limit how long it takes to print each label, full dark labels slow the print process down and it may affect the lead time on your orders.

5. SEPARATE FILES - our flat mail back bottles require 2 labels per product -  a front and a back label. In these cases, we need the label files supplied as 2 individual files - one for the front label and one for the back label.

6. BORDERS - you can have borders on your labels if you wish. However please be aware that the printer we use is essentially a high spec ink jet – we use Epson C7500G printers. As such the labels may not line up exactly each time. If slight variation in border placement / thickness is something that will frustrate you then you may prefer not to use borders in your label design.

7. COLOUR - preferable CMYK, but RGB will work too.

8. SIZES - the flat mail pack bottles come in 3 different sizes and require 2 different label files per product. The round cylinder bottles (powders) only require 1 label which wraps around the bottle. There are 2 different label sizes for the round bottles. On the private label product website for each page, there is a label text file which includes the label size for that particular product. The files we receive should be:

- 150ml Flat Postals: 60mm x 76mm at 600dpi

- 200ml Flat Postals: 65mm x 110mm at 600dpi 

- 320ml Flat Postals: 84mm x 140mm at 600dpi

- 150ml Round PET Bottle: 140mm x 60mm at 600dpi. This is a wrap-around label and should be landscape.

- 200ml / 250ml / 300ml Round PET Bottle: 180mm x 66mm at 600dpi. This is a wrap-around label and should be landscape.

- 400ml / 500ml Round PET Bottle: 215mm x 80mm at 600dpi. This is a wrap-around label and should be landscape.

- 1000ml Round Pont (Collagen Powder): 200mm x 100mmat 600dpi. This is a wrap-around label and should be landscape.

9. LABEL TEXT - Label text files can be found on the private label product pages for each product - they are a downloadable Word document found near the bottom of the 'Label Info' tab. This will have all of the product information you need such as ingredients, instructions and cautions etc. The best-before date and batch number are printed on the base of each bottle during manufacture so you should include a sentence on your label to indicate the presence of these. You will want to put your own business details on the label somewhere - it's important your customers can contact you and re-order easily so a phone number, email and web address are all good things to put on. By law, you only actually need 'the name and address of the manufacturer, packer or EC seller' - in other words your business name and address. You should also have the words 'Food Supplement' written somewhere on every product. 

10. CAUTIONS - we provide suggested cautions/allergy warnings in the label text files. Some of the cautions lists are fairly long and sometimes we are asked if they can be cut down. We would strongly recommend including all suggested allergy warnings. After that, the only cautions that are legally required are:

  • a warning not to exceed the stated recommended daily dose;
  • a statement to the effect that food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet;
  • a statement to the effect that the product should be stored out of the reach of young children

Attached is a supplement label summary that you should familiarise yourself with when completing your label designs. Remember you and your business are responsible for the accuracy of your own label content.

11. HEALTH CLAIMS - you should be very mindful about any health claims you put on labels. We deal in food supplements - not medicinal products. Any health claims made on products should include approved health claims for ingredients within the product only. If you make claims other than these, you risk having your products classed as medicinal by the MHRA and removed from the market. We have attached a health claims guide for reference but the best way to get the most up-to-date is via the commission website. The legislation is regularly updated with newly authorised health claims subject to individual application submitted pursuant to Article 13(5) of Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006.

The easiest way is to use the search function:

http://ec.europa.eu/food/safety/labelling_nutrition/claims/register/public/?event =search - make sure you select authorised in the top bar.


This doesn't give on hold botanicals health claims which also could be used - that's another much more complicated story. We have highlighted health claims we think can be safely used in the product text files. Our advice would be to stick to these if you are unsure.

12. BARCODES Not a requirement but you may find the following useful. We get our barcodes from GS1 which is a yearly subscription. if you prefer to buy a few at a time you can use a service such as https://barcodesmania.co.uk.  

If you are planning on using Fulfilment By Amazon (FBA) they do require barcodes which can be incorporated into your label design or added as an additional small label later. You can get these barcodes from your Amazon account once you have set up your products in Amazon.

There is a fair amount of information here so please go through it carefully and if you have any questions then let us know before you make a start. We would recommend when you have finished your first product label that you email it to us, and we can check it is OK and can do a test print if you wish.

Upload and Approval of Labels

To have your labels uploaded to your account, please send them to design@nutribl.com. 

NOTE: Please ensure each file is named correctly as per Label Info file. Eg. Activated Charcoal 300mg 120 Capsules - should be named PL-430$front and PL-430$back otherwise we cannot upload to our system.

Once they have been uploaded, you will receive an email asking you to log in to your account to approve the files on our system. You will need to do this in order for the files to activate and become available for your orders.