Diversified Labeling Solutions


Keep your customers compliant.


 COnsumer Product Labels


Compliant labels for regulated products.

Consumer products are regulated in the US and many countries. Everything from electronics to household cleansers require proper labeling for the health and safety of consumers. DLS is one of the country's largest label manufacturers. Our team of trade label experts will work closely with you to create consumer labels that comply with laws and standards of safety.


 Consumer Packaging & Labeling Regulations

DLS will work closely with you to create labels that comply with any regulating body of the government. Here are some of the regulations our customers need assistance with when creating labels:


Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA)

The FHSA is federal law mandated by Consumer Product Safety Commission. The FHSA “requires precautionary labeling on the immediate container of hazardous household products to help consumers safely store and use those products and to give them information about immediate first aid steps to take if an accident happens.”


OSHA has similar label regulations regarding chemical substances in the workplace. These rules are called the OSHA Hazard Communication Standards.


Our label application specialists work with you to create labels that properly communicate product and safety information for households and workplaces.




Fair Packaging and Labeling Act

According to the regulating body, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), "The Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (FPLA or Act), enacted in 1967, directs the Federal Trade Commission and the Food and Drug Administration to issue regulations requiring that all 'consumer commodities' be labeled to disclose net contents, identity of commodity, and name and place of business of the product's manufacturer, packer, or distributor. The Act authorizes additional regulations where necessary to prevent consumer deception (or to facilitate value comparisons) with respect to descriptions of ingredients, slack fill of packages, use of 'cents-off' or lower price labeling, or characterization of package sizes."


Under this law, labels have three basic requirements:


  1. A statement that identifies the commodity (e.g. hand soap).
  2. The name and place of business of the manufacturer, distributor or packer.
  3. The net quantity of contents (measurement must be in both metric and Imperial/English units).

Proposition 65

Prop 65 is also known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. This regulation arose from growing concerns for exposures to chemicals that cause cancer or reproductive toxicity.


Today, the list of chemicals that require warnings continues to grow to more than 850. Prop 65, however, does not ban the sale of products containing these chemicals.


For your customers who are product manufacturers, packagers, producers, importers, suppliers or distributors, compliance is mandatory.





 Questions to Ask Your Customers

Not sure what product labeling requirements your customer needs to adhere to? Here are some questions you can ask to get the answers you need to provide a complete label solution:

  • Are there any regulating bodies for your industry?
  • To what material does the label need to be applied?
  • At what temperature is the label being applied?
  • What is the temperature and conditions it needs to function in after application?
  • Is it run through a printer for imaging? If so, what is the printer make and model?
  • Does the label need to be preprinted or blank?
  • Is certain information on the label required?

The more information you can gather, the easier it will be for the DLS estimating team to get you an accurate quote.

 Offer a Complete Solution with
a Professionally Designed Label


There’s more to creating a label than printing! At DLS, we offer design services. DLSdesign is a fixed price graphic design program that allows you to offer clients professional, creative design for their label project. Our designers will work within the constraints of labeling laws to ensure your labels look great and maintain compliance.