Casa Dita is a Brazilian jam producer that offers only organic products, and the company enlisted the designer Bea Janoni to create the branding for its products.
The jams are produced using an agroforestry system that "combines agricultural production with the conservation of the native forest, generating food and local income without prejudices to nature." This eco-friendly method of production ensures that the organic products do not harm the environment from which they come, or the communities that rely on that environment. The jams themselves are made from native Brazilian fruits that are turned into jam in a "low carbon footprint-reducing system."
The Casa Dita jams, although friendly to the environment in their production process, are offered in simple contemporary branding rather than the rustic, nature-focused branding that is often the choice when brands decide to go eco-friendly.