It doesn’t matter what kind of products you buy at the supermarket, you can see all kinds of information printed on the food packaging. Beside the standard marketing label printed on the product package, there is also information about the nutritional data and the ingredients of the selected product. But, there are other things printed too.
Everybody is wondering about what exactly these little colored circles on the food packaging really mean. These little colored circles on the food packaging are called “printer’s color blocks” or “process control patches”.
These dots actually allow the printer to check that the bags were printed properly, and they were used to produce the designs of the packaging. In other cases they tell the machines where they should cut the product packaging.
A lot of times, other websites and portals will say that these little colored circles mean something. For example, if it’s green – it’s organic; if it’s black – it’s GMO. But that’s not true. The only and the best way to know what’s in your food is by reading the product label and you should know everything about their ingredients.