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This is a WIKI of banana stickers. We jointly want to gather knowledge about banana sticker and present it in an understandable form. Please add missing stickers and help to complete the collection. Moreover, you might offer stickers for exchange and see what is new for you.

New Banana Labels

New and beautiful banana stickers are added. Do you have the same label or a variant? Please help to get the catalog complete and add what you have found:

Do You Like The Labels?

We do collect, because we like banana labels. Build up your own list of personal favorits. Your voting also counts for choosing the best sticker of a year or country. Please like 5 labels per visit:

Ugly. That quality should be prohibited.
♡♡ Poor design. Botched.
♡♡♡ Quite nice and should be in every collection.
♡♡♡♡ Wonderful label and the reason, why I collect.
♡♡♡♡♡   Exceptional awesome.

Are These Banana Labels?

We think, each label should be verified by at least two or three collectors. Help to identify misprints, other fruit labels and fakes. Please verify 5 labels per visit:

This is no banana label
✓✓ I doubt it is a banana label (misprint or fruit label)
✓✓✓ I have no further information about this label
✓✓✓✓ I believe it is a banana label
✓✓✓✓✓   Yes (100% certain)

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Recent Comments

We comment to learn about bananalabels. Sometimes from people on the other side of the world. We comment to express our opinions about what has been written. We comment to connect and to connect, we tell stories. Use humour and share your thinking. Make your comment worth reading. For general discussions please use the forum.

Max Jimenez (2017-04-26)
Farm code and packer number
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PETER NIESSEN (2017-04-25)
I am pretty sure, that this label is not from bananas. Sagunto is a spanish town, where oranges are grown. So, the word means something like "the ones from Sagunto".
A spanish collector tells me, that this label is from citrus.
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PETER NIESSEN (2017-04-25)
@JTrusik: esto lo puedes cambiar tu mismo entrando en "Editar" (justo encima de la imágen) y corrigiendo el texto. En esta ocasión ya lo he corregido yo. Gracias por tu indicación.
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JTrusik (2017-04-25)
En realidad dice "DJ POTASIO'S PARTY" /// It actually says "DJ POTASIO'S PARTY".
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bertieboy (2017-04-23)
Larger font of country
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bertieboy (2017-04-23)
I have been in touch with Chanitos who kindly informed me that the PLU is assigned to Walmark Mexico,owners of supermarket Superama.
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PETER NIESSEN (2017-04-21)
Well done, Zan. Here I can clearly recognize, that the labels are used on bananas. Thanks for your contribution
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zantrost (2017-04-21)
I uploaded 2 more photos, which I found on their Facebook site.
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Michael (2017-04-21)
Like this one: http://banana-label-catalog.org/catalog/bananalabel-141242 ?
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PETER NIESSEN (2017-04-21)
Although the label is a little bit damaged, it looks like, if the ® is printed in RED
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