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Earth and Vine to launch new packaging at Winter Fancy Food Show

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Artisan food purveyors across the country are readying their teams for the upcoming Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco.

The show which begins this Sunday is the largest gathering of food purveyors, manufacturers and consumers in the country.

This year eyes are focused on packaging and product.

Earth and Vine, Inc., is excited to announce it will be presenting its new label and packaging for its all-natural product line at the San Francisco show.

The new packaging embraces the feel of California as the shape and style of the new die-cut labels represent the simplicity of the West’s Old World Missions, and the fresh bounty of California's agriculture.

“We decided to spice things up a bit with our new packaging”, said Tressa Cooper, CEO of Earth and Vine, adding, “After 16 years of developing over 40 plus products we wanted to carry the all-natural, fresh, locally sourced ingredient message to the outside of the bottle to compliment what we create on the inside.”

The design of the packaging was individually created for each of the 40-plus products. Whether jams, cocktail mixers, cooking sauces or dressings, each of the labels reflect the fruits of the company’s labor, while each micro batch is still hand crafted by the Cooper family in Lincoln. The Coopers use Non GMO products and do not use any preservatives.

Since beginning Earth and Vine in 1997, the Coopers have become known for their hand-crafted provisions and their customer service practices, along with their high standards of quality.

“We are very excited about launching this new look in San Francisco and look forward to seeing our many customers at the show. These past 17 years have been an exciting journey. With our new labels highlighting our ingredients through a visual story what we have grown makes us very proud,” said Cooper.

The entire Earth and Vine line can be seen at the San Francisco Fancy Food Show, January 19-21, 2014 or can be viewed on the company’s website,



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