With the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2010, the FDA tightened the traceability requirements for all shellfish products, therefore requiring ever increasing types of information to be recorded and retained with the product. As the identification must remain with the shellfish until the bag or bin is emptied, our tags and labels are designed to withstand exposures to outdoor environments. They can also be exposed to water with no degradation of information.
Let Allen-Bailey help you comply with regulations and maintain an efficient operation by providing you with your tag and label needs. We have experience designing tags in compliance with industry regulations while continuing to provide the branding desired by our customers. For additional information on traceability, see our Traceability page.
The most common method of attaching shellfish tags to bags or bins of products is with a stainless steel diamond deadlock, which we can and do provide with each order. Other fastener options include parcel hooks, UV resistant cable ties, and 12” double wire attachments.
ECSGA: East Coast Shellfish Growers Association
PCSGA: Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Association
MAA: Massachusetts Aquaculture Association
ISSC: Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference
- Depuration Tags
- Harvester Tags
- Lobster Crate Tags
- Post Harvest Treatment Tags
- Shellfish Style & Quantity Identification Tags
- Shucking Tags
- Wet Storage Tags
- 4 ½ x 3 Tyvek® Lobster Crate Tags
- Gangs of Tyvek® Tags
- Laser Imprintable Tags
- Pinfed Tags
- Pressure Sensitive Labels
- Single Tags
- Thermal Transfer Tags