Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW designed this custom check-off label for Hunter Farms using a photograph of the farm’s founder, the farm’s existing logo and certification logos, and the claims desired by the farm. Safe handling instructions and “Keep Refrigerated or Frozen” are required by USDA.
This supplemental label’s design is based on the farmer’s vision for a product label that communicates their practices and place to local customers.
Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW worked with Gibson Farms in Westminster, South Carolina, to create a label that works in their plant’s in-house machine.
Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW worked with Baldwin Family Farms to get approval from Food Safety and Inspection Service for this beef patty label’s grassfed, natural, antibiotic, hormone, and Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW claims.
Ground grassfed beef label from Hunter Cattle Company. This label is a great example of effective use of third party certification and logos. Note the Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW logo and the Georgia Grown logo. These help to differentiate the product and add value.
Goodnight Brothers country ham label. Goodnight Brothers sources pork for their pasture-raised pork line from a cooperative of Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW hog producers, the NC Natural Hog Growers.
A Greener World’s labeling service worked with The Pig of Chapel Hill, NC to design an attractive label for their bacon incorporating and consistent with their existing logo.
This label, from Crane Dance Farm in Middleville, MI, is a good example of what can be done to effectively and attractively brand a farm’s product when space is limited.
For this label for Gothberg Farms’ goat cheese, Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW’s labeling services simply updated the farm’s existing label by adding the Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW label. Note that dairy labels must be compliant with state, rather than federal, regulations.