Congratulations on your expanding business! Thanks for sharing your labels.
I'm assuming the green shows up better on the actual labels, the green MILD is lost, maybe if it does show up more on the actual label it would be easier seen. I'd put the heat indicator in the same place on both labels. Keeps it consistent. One side or the other, or both.
Generally, I like the label. Professional looking,
Is this for a hot sauce? Sauce? I ask because on your website, there's another product labeled Piri Piri and it looks like some marinated herbs and peppers. Sorry, I'm not that familiar with this product, maybe it's the same thing. Maybe some word of what this is would help new customers. It's like saying Texas Creek Habanero. Habanero what? BBQ sauce? Hot Sauce? Or is piri piri a sauce and a chilli?
Also, on your website, there are some spelling inconsistencies here-
"All of these magical flavours can be found in Tio Ze Piri Piri Sauce. Not too hot and not too mild with a gentle but firm bite in the afterburn, Tio Ze Piri Sauce is made to exacting specifications from ALL natural ingredients with NO additives or preservatives. Tio Ze Hot or Mild Piri-Piri Sauce must be refrigerated after openeing to maintain the integrity of this wonderful Portuguese condiment."
Good luck with your continuing business!