The Jersey City Printing Company was established in 1884, to print newspapers. By the early 1890s, they rebranded themselves as "Manufacturers of Fair and Square printed fruit wrappers". They offered one and two colors of ink, printed on at least eight colors of paper, but give no mention about printing custom designs. I presume they must have only offered these varied styles and had a lettering artist on staff in order to add the growers brand name in the illustration.Fruit wrappers printed in New Jersey seem like a curious business plan in hindsight, as this wasn't exactly the fruit-growing belt of the nation. But they certainly presented a professional spin on their work at that time. Judging from the copy written on the inside front cover (above), printed wrappers must have been a fairly competitive business in the late 19th century. Evidently there were many unscrupulous printers who were shorting their customers of wrappers purchased in quantity. Their official tag line "Fair and Square" must have been a successful marketing tool as it appears it was also added on their building as you can see from this illustration printed on the back cover below.
Full credit for this printed fruit wrapper sample goes out to Mark Wickens for presenting this on his site. If you can wade through the pop-up ads there, you can also find the 2002 book he authored on the topic of printed fruit wrappers, titled Extra Fancy.