How food storage is labeled is just as important as the containers – using anything short of professional grade labels can risk your food safety. – Capital City Restaurant Supply

CCRS will be moving to its new location opening January 1 at 1031 E Interstate AVE. Service will be located at 2700 State Street Suite D, the old Sears Service department in gateway mall.

2"X3" Food Rotation Label 100 Per Roll

2"X3" Food Rotation Label 100 Per Roll

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How food storage is labeled is just as important as the containers – using anything short of professional grade labels can risk your food safety. Common tape leaves behind sticky residue that harbors bacteria and cross contamination risk, discouraging consistent labeling practices. Cambro’s StoreSafe labels are engineered to make identifying and relabeling containers a breeze. These labels are biodegradable, dissolving in the dishwasher or under running water to leave no sticky residue. Durable enough to withstand freezers and microwaves, this labeling solution protects your kitchen from arrival to service.

Use to clearly label and date prepared contents in a variety of containers
Helps maintain First In, First Out (FIFO) food storage and handling system
Reduces potential risk of food borne illness and cross-contamination
Labels dissolve completely in less than 30 seconds through the dishwasher or under running water
Safe for all sewer and septic systems and no build up in drains
100% dissolvable and biodegradable for no residue
Microwave and freezer safe

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