Find your packer first. They will have a label maker that you can work with. There are specific things that will need to be on your label in a specific way. You'll want a label maker that knows these things. Some don't. Make your co-packer review your label as well. Since they made your product for you, they have liability until that product is consumed. Oh, and get some business insurance... and an LLC... and a State Tax ID... and pay your sales tax!
Well if that don't scare you off, nothing will.
Pitmaster @ Lockharts BBQ
I cook the best brisket north of Dallas. Get over it.
Northern midwest director for OBR
BBQ Person of the Year 2013