Legally compliant packaging

Comply with local labelling requirements and reduce time to market.

Adherence Labelling Laws

To comply with the new European Wine Labelling Regulation (EU 2021/2117), wine producers must ensure that their labels include comprehensive nutritional information and a list of ingredients. In addition, the regulation introduces the use of e-labels through QR codes that direct consumers to mobile-friendly websites with detailed product information. The implementation of these requirements aims to increase transparency and consumer confidence by providing easy access to detailed product information. To facilitate implementation, IMERO has launched the platform, already used by thousands of wineries.




Wine Compliance

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Labelling compliance in France

Ensure that your packaging complies with French labelling regulations, including recycling and nutritional information. This will help you avoid legal penalties and increase consumer confidence. Correct labelling builds brand credibility and makes your products more appealing to discerning French consumers. Compliance with local laws can also prevent costly recalls and market withdrawals, securing your position in the French market.




Recycling Compliance

Meet packaging standards in Italy

Comply with Italian packaging standards by providing the necessary recycling information with QR codes. This compliance is critical for market access and consumer safety. Accurate labelling supports better consumer choice and ensures that customers in Italy can trust the quality and safety of your products. Compliance with these standards also demonstrates your commitment to high quality and regulatory compliance.


DECREE NO. 116/2020


DECREE NO. 183/2020

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Avoid regulatory fines

By complying with labelling regulations in France and Italy, companies can avoid hefty fines and sanctions. This ensures smooth market operations and financial savings. Compliance also promotes a good industry reputation, reducing the risk of legal issues that can tarnish your brand. Regularly updating your labels in line with local legislation helps maintain consistent compliance and protects your business from unexpected financial burdens.


Financial Savings


Market Operations

Building consumer confidence

Correct labelling in accordance with French and Italian standards builds consumer trust and loyalty. Transparent information about product content and safety reassures customers and leads to repeat business. Trustworthy labels increase sales and strengthen brand loyalty. Providing clear, honest and accurate information on your packaging can differentiate your products in a crowded marketplace and make them the preferred choice for well-informed consumers.


Customer Loyalty


Repeat Business

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Supporting International Expansion

Complying with labelling laws helps streamline the supply chain by ensuring all products meet regulatory standards. This reduces delays and complications in distribution. Efficient labelling aids in smoother logistics, ensuring that your products move quickly and efficiently from production to shelves. Consistent and compliant labelling practices minimize disruptions and enhance overall supply chain efficiency, benefiting both your business and your customers.


Global Growth


Market Access