US-based Avery Dennison’s Printer and Fastener Solution (PFS) division has unveiled the Monarch Freshmarx 9417+, a new automated food labelling printing system.
Equipped with a single or dual-head printer with intuitive Freshmarx software and a touchscreen interface, the system is an integrated solution for the food service sector.
The Monarch Freshmarx 9417+ is part of Avery Dennison’s food labelling product portfolio, and improves label precision and accuracy.
Featuring a built-in wall mount for eye-level operation and workspace optimisation, Monarch Freshmarx 9417+ provides automated updates through a dual-band Wi-Fi option.
The new solution also reduces waste and helps restaurants and convenience stores to meet food cost goals.
Avery Dennison printer and fastener solutions global vice-president Erik Shafer said: “The Monarch Freshmarx 9417+ Solution is an easy-to-use, automated system that takes a majority of the guesswork out of food safety through precise, efficient and responsible technology.
“We are proud to launch the new industry benchmark, which allows us to protect customers across the globe while simultaneously providing advanced technology that improves operational efficiencies.”
The company also noted that Monarch Freshmarx 9417+ solution’s moisture-resistant ability would enable the product to work in most of the existing kitchen environments.
The solution also supports 15 languages and dual-language operator screens for smooth bilingual foodservice operations.
With its 21 standard label formats, Monarch Freshmarx 9417+ can create barcode labels for inventory or point-of-sale (POS) scanning.
The new solution also features an EcoCapacity+ Thin Liner, a label material designed to reduce its environmental impact.
Avery Dennison has partnered with Applied Data to install Monarch Freshmarx 9417+ in kitchens.