For some types of products, tamper evident labels can be the difference between a trusted and high-quality reputation and a PR disaster. In 1983, Gilbreth designed the tamper-evident band in response to the Tylenol tampering incident. When you choose to use tamper proof labels, you choose to ensure that your customers receive your product exactly the way it was made. Tamper proof bands remove the costly risks associated with selling some items, especially consumables. A well-branded tamper evident label will not only help your customer to feel secure in the safety of your product, but these labels can also reinforce your branding when utilizing your company name or logo. Choose from either manually or machine applied tamper proof labels for a durable and worry-free packaging option.