Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Azada Organic

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Designed by Carla Marin | Country: Spain

“At Azada Organic we wanted to place emphasis on the product and its Spanish origin and not on the logo itself. As such, we have decided against having the logo on the front panel as we believe it is more important to inform about the product. In order to do this, all labels are hand-written informing on how we make the oils and where we source the ingredients from. The tone of voice follows a ‘Spanglish’ style that portrays our origin and the Illustrations, also drawn by hand, convey the ‘natural and healthy’ ethos of our brand.

Furthermore, all labels are made from natural materials (95% of sugar cane fibers and 5% of hemp and linen) and all our stationary is printed using only vegetable based inks.”

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Designed by Carla Marin | Country: Spain

“At Azada Organic we wanted to place emphasis on the product and its Spanish origin and not on the logo itself. As such, we have decided against having the logo on the front panel as we believe it is more important to inform about the product. In order to do this, all labels are hand-written informing on how we make the oils and where we source the ingredients from. The tone of voice follows a ‘Spanglish’ style that portrays our origin and the Illustrations, also drawn by hand, convey the ‘natural and healthy’ ethos of our brand.

Furthermore, all labels are made from natural materials (95% of sugar cane fibers and 5% of hemp and linen) and all our stationary is printed using only vegetable based inks.”

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