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Label bank, since its foundation in 2003, has been providing a range of services surrounding food ingredients and labels.
We help food and beverage manufactures, retailers and inspection companies navigate regulatory hurdles including label compliance issues.
Our long standing experience and expertise in the food industry allow us to offer you the service that best suit your needs.
Contact us for further information.

Services

We solve issues on ingredients and food labeling

Label bank has been providing a range of services and taken more than 3,000 orders a year not only from domestic manufacturers but also from global enterprises.

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Conceptual diagram of Label bank services

Newsletter

We issue monthly e-newsletters, which keep you up to date with the latest developments surrounding food labeling in Japan.

April 2019

The transition period to the new Food Labeling Standards is coming to the end
Almost 4 years have passed since the implementation of the Food Labeling Standards in April 2015, and we can see more and more products with labeling following the Food Labeling Standards on the shelves. The transition period during which the labeling of processed food......

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April 2019

Discussions on the partial revision of the labelling system for genetically modified food
As of February 2019, discussions regarding “a partial revision of the Food labelling standards (Labelling of genetically modified food)” are being held at the Food Labeling Section of the Cabinet’s Office of the Consumer Commission. Many people might be considering a future food labeling......

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March 2019

Differences and points to be kept in mind about the US and EU methods of labeling for “compound ingredients” as found in their respective food labeling standards
While more and more countries are recently lowering barriers of trade such as customs duties and adopting systems to introduce each other’s products (on their respective......

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