Label Love: Louisville Edition

Posted by Anne Diemer on Wed, Aug 09, 2017 @ 09:38 AM

At Louisville Label, we are fortunate enough to be able to provide labels for some of the most recognizable brands around Louisville. We wanted to make sure that we showed our customers some love. So take a look at our clients that we are so proud to call part of the Louisville Label Family. 

A Hometown Staple 

Ok, so the first one is just a bit outside of Louisville in Simpsonville, Kentucky. The brand is one that has been a grocery store staple for many many years. The brand that we are speaking of is Purnell's Old Folks Sausage

We print a number of their labels including labels for their sausages, franks, and bologna. We also print various coupon labels, supply blank thermal transfer labels and private labeling for Purnell's


A Cuppa Joe

Louisville Label is proud to partner with Heine Brothers to offer a product that is not only pleasing to the most scrutinizing coffee craver but also visually appealing to the java junkies throughout the region. Next time you see that trademark leafy green plant with boldly colored red coffee beans and a striking gold border, you will know that the distinct flavor of a fresh-brewed Heine Bros. coffee is right around the corner.


A Sweet (Gluten Free) Treat

We are so very proud to present the work we've done for Annie May’s Sweet Cafe. It's a local bakery that takes great care to allow people with allergies to enjoy sweet treats. We have been working with Annie May's since June 2013, printing their oval logo label and the cute "Are You Kitten Me?" gluten free label.


Chocolate lovers rejoice! 

Since 2010, Louisville Label has been printing labels for this Louisville-based company, and we assure you, Cellar Door Chocolates is more than just your average chocolate shop! If you haven't tried these amazing chocolates yet, we encourage you to visit Cellar Door Chocolates, located in the historic Butchertown Market.


Straight from the pepper patch

Louisville Label is happy to introduce one of our customers, Pops' Pepper Patch. This company began after Bob "Pops" Kamman retired in 1993, and was passed down to his son, Bill who now runs the business with great success.

The product that spread like fire in Pops' early success, was the Red Pepper Jelly. While products like Pops' Habagardil Pickles can easily be eaten alone, on a sandwich, or added to your BBQ, red pepper jelly is not as common on household shelves.


We all scream for ice cream

When it's summer, it's hot, and it is time for ice cream. We have Louisville's The Comfy Cow on our minds and it's giving us a brain freeze just thinking about it! Founders and owners Tim and Roy Koons-McGee take great pride in creating the most memorable flavors and love contributing to the community. Their tasty creations often support local companies whenever possible by using them in their ingredients. 


It's all about the Bourbon

If you've ever wanted to "eat your bourbon for breakfast," or for any other meal for that matter, you'll want to learn more about our customer, Bourbon Barrel Foods.
Bluegrass Soy Sauce is only the beginning of the story. Its product line now includes smoked spices, artisan sugars, gourmet sauces and marinades, grill wood, sorghum, vanilla extract and more... and all incorporate innovative uses of bourbon barrels in the process.


We are so proud to call these brands and customers. If you would like to be among these names, we would love to begin a conversation with you about your vision for your label. Contact us today to learn more about our process and how we can help! 

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