Funny lables and Food package bloopers



Diet Water

Diet Water

Half the fat and calories of regular water! *contains artificial water flavoring”



“This tea is really best for the person with fatty belly”

Sent in by Luc M



From a Japanese breakfast pastry package:

Through years of experience,
Doutor Danish is produced from the finest
materials to create a happy time on tables.



On a pack of Japanese rice tea cakes:

Burning politely, one by one,
these cakes send deliciousness to you.



On a Japanese bread wrapper:

Take me home, let’s make happy in your basket!



On the wrapper of a brand of tea cookies:

This is natural deliciousness given from warm solar light and a rich field. Attach it to time of your wonderful tea. Please ear it on the tea time of afternoon.



From the packaging of a Japanese brand of coffee:

Black coffee has great features which other coffees have never had: Non-sugar.



From the packaging of a Chinese brand of medicine.

Expiration date: 2 years



On a bottle of Chinese medicine.

Known to cure itching, colds, stomachs, brains,
and other diseases.



From instructions on a Japanese medicine bottle.

Adults: 1 tablet 3 times a day until passing away.



On the packaging of Japanese candy:

Its translucent color so alluring and its taste and aroma so gentle and mellow offer admiring feelings of a graceful lady. Enjoy soft and juicy Kasugai Muscat Gummy.



From an eel pie box:

VSOP eel pies for a “midnight treat”….
Wrapped in the luxurious aroma of high class
brandy and the flavour of Macedonia, The King of Nuts-
-here is a top quality pie that reaches the height of
perfection in eel pies, a specialty from Lake Hamana
To join you in your dream-enriched world



On a package of dry tea biscuits:

A drink’s too wet without one.



On a pack of gum:

Triple Combination Hi Tech chewing gum



On a sports drink bottle:

Pocari Sweat Refreshment water



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10 thoughts on “Funny lables and Food package bloopers”

  1. Although these are hilarious, I feel sorry or the label makers, who probably know next to no english.

  2. I once saw a bag of Chinese hard candy. On the label it said, “Ingredients: Candy”. Nothing else.

  3. From instructions on a Japanese medicine bottle.

    Adults: 1 tablet 3 times a day until passing away.

    um… FREAKY MUCH?

  4. Comments make good the funy thing about this site. We have llooking for much best the good labels and find some now. These are now wrapping your brain often to return laughing. Exciting will make a rich field and drop you here.

  5. I still doesn’t know how some folks hasn’t learned england afterward trading for so longtime with the United Estates? Or How the United Estates allowing production with labels like this entrancing in the marketing? It’s reality a chain and a peetea. Butt too a risk, bacause peoples can diet if they doesnt know the gradients of the foot they eat. These is quiet cereal!
    Piss and loaf, Ching Wao

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