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March 11, 2015

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PVC sleeves dress dressing bottles

James Beard award winner Roy Yamaguchi opened the first Roy's restaurant in 1988 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Today, there are more than 37 Roy's locations around the world. Yamaguchi is regarded as a pioneer who mastered a distinctive style, which he refers to as his "Hawaiian Fusion®" cuisine. Last October, he launched Roy Yamaguchi's Hawaiian Fusion food product line, which consists of three dressings and marinades: Creamy Honey Herb; Exotic Thousand Island; and Tangy Sweet Onion. The 12-oz bottles of dressing sell for $8.00.



Providing a spectacular shelf presence for these products are PVC shrink-sleeve labels and colorful neck bands from Ameri-Seal, Inc.(www.ameri-seal.com). The vibrantly colored neckbands are gravure-printed in two colors and are perforated for easy removal.

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