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For All Label Sizes

Our goal is to produce the highest quality product for every order and process every order in a timely manner, but we do need your help to do so.

The general rule is that the quality of your label largely depends on the quality of the artwork you provide.

Acceptable files are:

pdf, ai, eps, 300 dpi jpg

Raster (continuous tone) images:

• Must have a resolution of 300dpi,
• Images with lower than 300 dpi resolution will be pixilated or blurry.
• Leave room for CRV, Nutrition Panel(optional), and source information. But do not include with file.

Vector Images:

• Please outline all type to avoid font issues (NO True Type fonts.)

Sorry, Microsoft Word / Office files are unacceptable.

Please note that when you think about your design, the finished label will go on a curved surface. You will therefore be able to see only about 2.5 inches of your label at one time (16.9oz label). While you can add text and images that cover the entire label space, you may want to consider that most important part of your image and/or message is easiest to read if it is positioned in the middle of the label

*Adobe Acrobat Required:

8fl. oz.


12fl. oz.


Half Liter
16.9fl. oz.


Half Liter
16.9fl. oz.
Bullet Bottle


23.7fl. oz.


1 Liter/33.8 oz


50 oz



  • 75 % of the earth is covered with water.
  • 97 % of earths water is in the oceans. Only 3 % of the earths water can be used as drinking water. 75% of the worlds fresh water is frozen in the polar ice caps.
  • Ancient Egyptians treated water by siphoning water out of the top of huge jars after allowing the muddy water from the Nile River to settle
    • CBC uses state of the art filtration technology. To provide you with cleanest and healthiest water, we process our water by: Carbon Filtration, Reverse Osmosis, Micro-filtration, UV Treatment, and Ozonation.
  • Water boils at 212* Fahrenheit or 100* Celsius.
  • Water freezes at 32* Fahrenheit or 0* Celsius.
  • The continental United States receives anywhere from 3.5 to 4 cubic miles of precipitation each day. For those of you still counting that's 12 Trillion gallons of water per day.
  • If all of the planet's water was poured in the United States, it would cover all the land in an ocean with a depth of 90 miles.
  • Water is the most universal solvent on the planet. Even more than a substance such as sulfuric acid. Although sulfuric acid might be able to dissolve a car more quickly, water can dissolve more substances than any other liquid.
  • Water is very necessary to human life, and that fact is reinforced by the fact that humans take in over 16,000 gallons of water during their lifetimes, with an average of 2.5 quarts per day.
  • Water carries out life processes in everything, carrying out biological reactions and aiding with digestion of other nutrients.
  • Although a person can live without food for more than a month, a person can only live without water for approximately one week.
  • And, finally, as you choose whether you're going to drink municipal tap water, or fine bottled water, consider that you are what you drink. Up to 65 percent of the human body is water. The brain is composed of 70 percent water. Skin also is 70 percent water. Blood is 82 percent water. And the lungs are nearly 90 percent water.