This image has poor quality altough you have succeeded to get some lines straight and horizontal. Bad quality of the image makes this no hope case. All edges are far too coarse.
It has enough data for finding plausible substitute fonts for those texts which aren't custom drawings and redrawing manually those which are not font. Of course the redrawing is guessing due the low resolution, but many of us are well used to guess.
If you want extract all in straight away usable quality, you need a pro quality photo. What I mean:
- one line should fill nearly the whole image area
- absolutely flat light, zero shiny highlights and shadows
- image must be warped flat, now it's on a curved surface. Most of the characters are distorted
- all parts must be clipped properly because refraction and reflection in the glass or plastics clearly makes the edges not well defined. That's easy if you have high enough pixel resolution and sharp camera optics.
Backlight can be useful. Have several photos where camera is in a sturdy stand, only the light is changed.
Maybe the printed label is removable without breaking nor stretching it. A good photo would be much easier case if the label was placed on a flat surface.
I happened to have a free font which resembles the texts in your image. That font is Protestant (taken from FontZillion). It can be used in remaking the texts. Thinned versions must be made in vector editor such as Inkscape or Illustrator and you must straighten the texts for reference.
I retyped for fun some texts and tried to trace the logo. They of course do not fit exactly because the image isn't warped to flat. The logo is just maybe recognizable. Here are some of the fussings:
BTW. The grainy background of the label texts is the basic flat color + monochrome noise added. The background is stretched to larger size to make the grain visible.