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Saturday, February 23, 2013

The Importance Of Product Labels

Can you imagine yourself buying a product without labels? A product label is very important as it is the primary source of information regarding the product we are buying. But unfortunately we usually neglect reading the labels.

I admit I usually don’t read the labels of the products I am buying. I only realized how important reading the labels of the product before putting it in the shopping cart when a friend asked me to accompany her in buying their weekly groceries. She is so particular of the items she wants to buy. But because I was getting bored, I asked her why she needs to read the labels before buying the product, and she told me her bad experience with one product she bought for her ex-husband. After hearing her story I could not blame her for being so careful. In fact we should make it a habit to read all labels before buying something to make sure that the product we are buying is good and won’t give us problems, especially if you have a food allergy.

I figure the main goal of product labeling is not only for the customers to know what kind of products they are buying, but it is also a good way of spreading marketing for your company. We may not notice it, but the product manufacturer and contact information is always written in the product label aside from the ingredients used, and directions on how to use the product.

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Makoy said...

Labels is really important. Even those labels that says they are nutritional may not be the case.

meretrisha said...

You are right - we ought to check the labels especially if there is something (a particular substance or ingredient) we are allergic to. We need to check for manufacturing and expiration dates as well.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Labels really play a great role in informing the consumer about the products!

jheylo said...

Ugh! I normally don't read labels, which is pretty bad because what it there are some ingredients in that certain product that are not good for us? And for the company also it is a must for them to label their products for consumer's sake.

Marms @ Home and Household said...

Before I buy stuff especially food, I read labels for nutrition facts, manufacturer, price, etc. I am conscious with those things.

tess said...

I like my products to have labels. I usually read what they have in it for my family's good of course.

~Ms. Joy mH~ said...

i agree with others, it is indeed important because this is the only way we can identify the product and to learn more about it.

Mommy Liz said...

Well, honestly speaking, I don't really read labels, except when it comes to my kids medicines. and before I started planning to lose weight, now, I try to read labels to make sure that I am not consuming more than I should :)

Liza Agustin Barnett

Adin B said...

I read the labels on products that we buy so I know what is in it. Labeling products are important to know what we are getting and using. If it is something that I don't understand and can't read, it's back on the rac. Definitely not buying it.

Bebengisms | Denise Rayala said...

Sometimes wordy labels make me lazy to read it. But if it's a drug or something that my daughter will use, I make sure I read it TWICE. :)

Mary Anne Vinzon said...

Every time I buy for a certain product I see to it that I always read the label before picking and putting it into my cart. I want to know the nutritional content and when will it expired.

Shela said...

I a label freak, specially what's in it and the expiration date if i see something not right big no no..

emzkie said...

i dont buy products without labels coz u never know whats in it. but sometimes products with labels dont rreally say everything of what is in it, so usually i stick with stuff that we always get. =D one thing that I always check is the expiration date, where its from, and who made it. =)