The Cambro 23SLB250 StoreSafe® food rotation labels enable staff members to easily check inventory and maintain a first-in, first-out system. They are freezer safe at temperatures as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit and can be microwaved safely. After use, they can be washed off with water or in the dishwasher. They dissolve in 30 seconds and do not leave a sticky residue behind.
- Keeps up with product dates for inventory and first-in, first-out rotations
- Dissolves under cold and hot water and in the warewasher in 30 sec.
- Does not leave behind a sticky residue
- Does not clog drains or damage septic or sewer systems
- Withstands temperatures as high as 200 degrees F for 4 hrs.
- Microwave safe
- Freezer safe to -40 degrees F
- Overall dimensions: 2 in. x 3 in.
Take a look at the Cambro food labels guide to read more about these labels.
StoreSafe® Food Rotation Label, 2" x 3", label & adhesive dissolves in less than 30 seconds, withstands high heat temp. up to 200° F (93° C) for 4 hours, microwave safe, 100% biodegradable, white, FDA approved (250 labels per roll, 24 rolls per case)
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Brando Comando said...
"The masking tape and sharpie method is far superior... These "bio" labels are a sham. Don't stick, rubs off with a little moisture, does leave a..."
Pee-Jay's Green River Lake Quik Stop said...
"I like this product. But it seems to not want to stick very well. I tried using it on my sausage and I suppose it did not like the grease. I f..."
"The masking tape and sharpie method is far superior... These "bio" labels are a sham. Don't stick, rubs off with a little moisture, does leave a sticky mess on containers, not transferable. A pain to work with in a professional kitchen. Might be a cute idea for the Mrs. at home."
"I like this product. But it seems to not want to stick very well. I tried using it on my sausage and I suppose it did not like the grease. I found the label on the floor of my cooler. If this is for food labeling then lets look at making it more sticky."