Seald Sweet steps back in time with vintage labels

Seald Sweet steps back in time with vintage labels

Seald Sweet International is going old school for the upcoming Florida citrus season.

The Vero Beach, Fla.-based company has created a new label for its Florida citrus packaging that highlights a collage of vintage produce labels, according to a news release.

“We are creating a collage utilizing old Florida vintage-style labels to celebrate our 110th year anniversary and to embrace our history,” Mayda Sotomayor, Seald Sweet CEO, said in the release.

“The retro-labels for oranges and tangerines reflect the heritage of Florida citrus, which was our beginning,” she said in the release. “Although Seald Sweet now sells a wide variety of produce from around the world, we want to remember and showcase that Seald Sweet was born in Florida, as a citrus grower cooperative, more than a century ago.”

The limited edition labels will be on packaging for oranges and tangerines and will be available through January as part of Seald Sweet’s winter domestic citrus program.