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alternative version of helvetica / franklin gothic used on this nutrition facts label

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Normally, nutrition facts use franklin gothic heavy or helvetica bold, however on this label, the o and c are more square. Any help appreciated. Thanks!
asked by vm (105 points) Nov 28, 2016

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Appears to be Helvetica Condensed Black, vertically compressed:

answered by kthomps5 Expert (2,300 points) Nov 29, 2016
selected by Stewf Dec 14, 2016