Oh, the other one had green leaves or something in the background. That NIP panel is pretty big, I'm pretty sure you can get away with a smaller NIP, that might give you a few lines of "romance" on the left. Or maybe see if the bar code can fit with the NIP. I like the softer look of the green back ground, but I understand the regulations. Once the label is on the bottle, you won't see both side panels at the same time. It might be worth seeing how it looks having the foliage on the right and keep the NIP/BC on the left when it's on a bottle.
If you can make these changes easily (doing them yourself?), I'd like to see a version with the green border, remove the lower squiggle, skootch the white rooster up so it's feet are out of the "Natural Ingredients" line, then shuffle the rest of the text up and down to balance out removing the lower squiggle. There's probably enough room to enlarge Piri Piri and Tio Ze/Flavours. I'd enlarge all of that so they are at least 25% wider. That's the important text. Reduce 250ml.
I can't decide if the HEAT peppers should be on both sides, or just one. Or where else to put them. Can you put "No additives/preservatives" on the side panel with "Shake Well"? "All Natural" on the front pretty well sums it up and if people want more information, they'll look at the ingredients list on the side.
If the No Additives goes on the side panel, the HEAT pepper could go in the middle where the lower squiggle is, All Natural gets skooched down, and the rest shuffled up and down to balance it out. (Still want the rooster's feet not behind text. )
I'm not a graphics designer professional so take this with a huge grain of salt. I'm sure there are ratios and equations for figuring out how much open space there needs to be, etc. I dunno, I just go with what looks good and balanced.
edit-to get rid of the rations of slat...
Edited by salsalady, 17 January 2017 - 03:38 PM.