We are looking to get a front and rear label designed for our line of soft-shelled almonds from Afghanistan. We have our logo in place but the colour scheme may not be right for food. We are selling in bulk now but want to get our retail look ready and recently brought over about 100kg of product that we want to pack in sample stand-up-pouches (see the link for the silver back clear pouch 250g and the kraft paper with rectangular window - also 250g)
To give a sense of look, we are fans of the style an Australian company called Loving Earth - see google image search
Its simple and they change their packing style and colour scheme based on different products and use the label shape to enhance the look.
We need to design a stick-on label for front and rear - we were thinking the front is the brand, some design and a tag-line like 'proudly grown in Afghanistan' and the rear label a very brief history of the Afghan Almond, perhaps a small b+w two window pane on 'how to open' a softshell almond (by putting two pieces on top of one another but making an X and crushing between your thumb and pointer - basically using one to break the other) and/or a meet our staff section (we have 10 ladies working the processing line) -
Some dry info to take from: Afghan almonds belong to one of two fundamental classes: soft-shell almonds (badam-e-kaghaz - literally paper almonds) and hard/medium-shell almonds (badam-e-sang). Both hard and soft-shell classes are composed of several types, and each type often has multiple varieties. For example, within the class of soft shell almonds there is a popular type called Sattarbai, of which there are numerous varieties, such as Sattarbai Sufi, Sattarbai Guldar and Sattarbai Mamakhail. There are around 14 types that have national or international commercial relevance, and the Perennial Horticulture Development Program (PDHP) has categorized around 90 native varieties of almonds.