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What is the font used for the first line of text and the third line of text in these images? They appear to be the same font.

In the first image it's NO. 06 and SEASONING

In the second image it's NO. 09 and HERB and NO.19 & SEASONING

In the third it's NO. 02 and HERB

The G and digits are unique. myfonts identification service could not find a match. Can you help?

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Since the font is curved on bottles, it's a bit hard to use online tools to identify the it. Like you said, you have already tried that.

So the only other way to find it, in my opinion, is either someone already know about this font with experience or you do some 'hit and trial' to browse similar looking fonts.

I did same and here's what I've found:


Almost similar typeface - Glacial Indifference (regular)

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I feel it's actually the font being used in your images (the first line of text and the third lines of text you mentioned). I found it at a few sites but not really sure if it's free or paid for commercial use. You can simply search it online and you can find it at websites like Dafont.com.


Free similar typeface:

Jost (available at fonts.google.com enter image description here


Similar typefaces (paid):

  • Lemon Milk Pro
  • Morn

(both available at myfonts.com)

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    You're correct. It's Glacial Indifference. You can tell from the digits. The 6, 9 and 3. The image with the 3 and 6 isn't posted here. I made a lable in Indesign and its just the same as the ones in the image.
    – Norman
    Jul 20 at 14:43
  • @Norman yeah everything was matching. I just didn't have enough proof.
    – Vikas
    Jul 20 at 14:49
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Lowest common denominator.... meaning.. most often people won't use really obscure, little known, fonts. I mean, that can certainly be the case. But the best place to start looking is with more commonly used typefaces. First default app/OS fonts, then branch to more widely used typefaces...

The rounded O and more oblong 0 (zero), combined with the R lead me to believe it may be in the Futura family... And I think it's all the same typeface, merely different weights.

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    Futura comes pretty close. But the font that's a perfect match is Glacial Indifference.
    – Norman
    Jul 20 at 14:44

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