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So I just ordered 200 units of my product for my very first order. I sent it to my house so I can make sure I have everything the way it needs to be for when I send it in to Amazon. My Product comes in a small plastic case but other then that there's noth

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So I just ordered 200 units of my product for my very first order. I sent it to my house so I can make sure I have everything the way it needs to be for when I send it in to Amazon. My Product comes in a small plastic case but other then that there’s nothing else. I was thinking since it was my first order I would just buy a bunch of business cards and design that as my label and then put each product in a Polly bag with a label. I was just curious what the packaging requirements are for amazon or where I can find them. I’m also wondering if you think the poly bags are the right move to go or if I should consider a different form of packaging.

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Minimum requirement is to have the ASIN Barcode and Prodcut Name. It is 2 5/8 inches by 1 inch I think. Go to Manage Inventory and select your product, then on the Actions drop down menu choose Print Item Labels. That will generate the type of minimum label requirement, size etc. Go to FBA Packaging Requirement you will find how to pack, When you pack with cellophane or plastic there is a minimum thickness but I’m not sure how strict this is. However once the plastic bag goes past a certain size you you have to include a suffocation warning. Yes the minimum label will fit on a business card but you need to stick this on the outside or if inside be able to be scanned. Anyway you should know that FBA can label for you for 20 cents each. Those sticker labels are available on amazon.

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Google “Amazon packing requirements” and be sure to check the bottom of the page for any particular requirements specific to your page. You can also find packing info by searching within Seller Central, but it’s mostly the same info.

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Be aware that Amazon has gotten very strict about what they allow on product inserts. The big no-no is anything that might divert sales to a website other than Amazon.

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Thanks for you help! When you say that fba can label for me do you just mean label the necessary bar codes?

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