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Create a label for Howya Hot Sauce company
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Food & Drink
Hot sauce made in Ireland, designed for the standard meat and potatoes kitchen table. Quite hot a few drops will do the average consumer. Will add spice to any dish. Selling on supermarket shelves.
What's your vision?
Looking for a design to place on front of the pouch. The pouch will feature a spout in the corner at an angle. 150ml volume. Interested in an eye catching design that will differentiate Howya Hot Sauce from other more Americana brands. We are based in the West of Ireland (Galway) and want to leverage that. This label is intended to be printed directly onto the onto the pouch. For Irish Legislation certain items must appear on the label. -Name under which the product is sold * (Howya Hot Sauce) -List of ingredients (leave space for this to be added later)net quantity * -Date of minimum durability * (Best Before *****) -Any special storage instructions or conditions of use (store in fridge if possible) -Name or business name and address of the manufacturer or packager, or of a seller within the European Union (designate an area / leave space for this) -Place of origin of the foodstuff if its absence might mislead the consumer to a material degree (Made and packaged in Galway, Ireland) All notes with an asterix* must appear in the same field of vision. I have not settled on an exact pouch to be used at this time. The address is below of examples of 150ml spout pouches. http://www.alibaba.com/trade/search?fsb=y&IndexArea=product_en&CatId=&SearchText=sauce Also the chilli's used are Habanero chillies: https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=chilli Edit for the Finalists, Back of Label, There are a few elements that need to be included on the back of the label. You can use your own discretion as to placement, but I would see the back split into two columns with Ingredients and nutritional information in one column and the blurb on the other. - Howya Hot Sauce must appear on the top of the reverse, but does not need to be prominent. - The back label must contain the list of ingredients. which are to be laid out as: Ingredients: Carrots, Onions, Habanero Chillies, Water, Lime, Vinegar, Garlic, Sea Salt -Nutritional information, Still awaiting the return of the lab tests so I would like the space to input the figures once they arrive. Please lay out the table as indicated below. Nutritional Information <Header> Typical Values per 100g provides <sub header> Energy Protein Carbohydrate (of which sugar) fat (of which saturates) fiber sodium - Shake well before using. Store in a cool dry place, refrigerate after opening. Best Before: see pack. - Batch no: - 150ml e - Made in Galway, Ireland - www.howyahotsauce.ie -firstname.lastname@example.org -paleo friendly, gluten free, - Designed for Irish tastebuds from start to finish untraditional hot sauce for traditional tables. Whether used stirred in during cooking, or splashed on the side of almost any dish. Howya Hot Sauce will add an extra zing to anything you desire, but I like it on Chicken, spuds, beef, chilli con carne and pork chops in particular. <p class="MsoNormal">If possible include a small picture of me on the back beneath the blurb. Attached below.
The hot sauce itself is quite hot and thick, a few drops will suit most users. It will be sold in 150ml plastic pouches with a spout in the top lefthand corner. The sauce itself is bright carrot orange with very small flakes of red. The main visual ingredients are habanero peppers, carrots, onions, and lime if this is something you wish to incorporate. There are no tomatoes in the recipe.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Product label starts at €269.
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