EPSON C3500 Label Printer
Epson ColorWorks C3500
The Epson C3500 is the most flexible member of the ColorWorks family. Simple to use, taking very little space at your desk, it allows you to print anything from a wristband, ticket or ID badge or even a durable synthetic label. All this in full colour, high quality and a fast printing speed of up to 103mm/sec.
- High quality, four colour inkjet printing (CMYK)
- Individual ink cartridges save you money
- Integrated Autocutter
- Complies with the BS5609 certification
- Print labels in minutes with ease
Buy from us and get…
✓ FREE Training
✓ FREE Telephone Support
✓ FREE Print Demonstrations
✓ FREE Wet Proofs
Epson Colourworks C4000 Maintenance Box
This is a new maintenance box (also called the waste ink container) for the Epson C4000 label printer. If your printer is displaying that the maintenance box full then you will need to replace it.
✓ Despatch within 24 hours
✓ Established courier service with tracking
✓ Bulk pricing available. Talk to the team.
✓ Only supply genuine inks so you know what you’re getting.
How can we can help?
We can help with Natasha’s Law….. advise and provide everything you need to get your business set up for Natasha’s Law. We have a wide variety of Label Printers for you to make your own labels, Magnum are also one of the top inkjet blank label suppliers in UK. What ever size, shape or material you need – our label experts can help you with every step of the way.
We don’t stop there… any consumables and accessories you might need for your Label Printer are available from our shop on a Next day delivery basis.
What Is Natasha’s Law?
The UK Food Information Amendment, also known as Natasha’s Law, comes into effect from October 2021 and will require food businesses to provide full ingredient lists and allergen labelling on foods prepackaged for direct sale on the premises. The legislation is being introduced to protect allergy sufferers and give them confidence in the food they buy.
This amendment was brought about thanks to the actions of a lobbying group lead by the parents of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, the teenager who died after suffering an allergic reaction to an undeclared ingredient in a prepacked meal. Due to their efforts, the government confirmed that stronger laws would be implemented to protect those with food allergies and give them greater confidence in the food they buy.
According to the new rules, PPDS (Prepacked for Direct Sale) food will have to clearly display the following information on the packaging:
- Name of the food.
- Full ingredients list, with allergenic ingredients emphasised (for example in bold, italics or a different colour).
These changes will apply to businesses in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Similar changes are expected to be introduced in Scotland by Food Standards Scotland. It is estimated that almost 1 in 5 people in the UK suffer from an allergy.