EcoFresh Growers is an environmentally-sustainable grower, importer and marketer of superior fresh produce. We grow nutritious, safe, sustainable vegetables and fruits from pristine lands of Central America.
EcoFresh Growers works with only the best local farmers who gently nurture the soil, care deeply about the land and pay close attention to every detail. The result is a bounty of fresh produce of unparalleled quality, taste, appearance and nutritional value.
Our commitment to social responsibility and creating win-win relationships continually keeps us inspired. Beyond the obligations to our growers, we are committed to improving the lives of the people in their communities. We are agents of change that arouse entrepreneurship, create jobs and provide resources to grow the local economy.
EcoFresh Growers seeks to change the world by growing and importing wholesome, fresh produce and being a positive force for change in the lives of our farmers, their communities and all our stakeholders.
Our logo will be seen by both consumers and the wholesale produce trade.
In the way that a Chiquita logo is immediately recognizable, we seek to have a logo that will stand out and speak to consumers. Our logo will be displayed on the little stickers you see on fruits and vegetables in supermarkets.
In addition, we will use this logo on our web site and for our all corporate communications.
We want our name to be clearly recognizable and for supermarket shoppers to immediately recognize our logo sticker and associate it with freshness, satisfying taste and well being.
The logos of most competitive produce brands are often tired and unimpressive so we want a modern feel to the logo.
We are certainly open to imagery of unspoiled settings that closely associate our products with natural purity and environmental sustainability. Then again, we do not do this for a living so we are open to all ideas. Please note that most stickers on supermarket produce are round or oval.
The logo needs to look good both in multiple-color and in a one-color printing (on our cardboard cartons). To that end, we may need both options.