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Thanks to the logo creator of the Izeelogo website, you can make a custom food or drink brand logo in a couple of minutes. You can design a coffee, tea, milk, juice, lemonade, water, café, and tea room logo. You can create a food business logo too. Our catalog includes fruit, vegetable, meat, bread, cake, restaurant and pizza business logos, but also specific food logo templates (e. g. templates for honey, grill, hot dog, red hot chili peppers, coffee bean, ice cream, chocolate, and candy logos). We have something for everyone. Our online logo generator is a simple and fast kind of logo design software. It’s ideal for businesses who want to make a logo without having to pay for a classic graphic designer. Our logo templates are designed by professional graphic designers and are fully customizable. You can change the color, font, size, position of your logo, just by clicking! Once you’re done, upload your logo source files in PNG, JPG, PDF, SVG and EPS formats perfect for use online and printing. You can print your logo on any media, including business cards, posters, flyers, advertising panels, T-shirts, hats, facemasks ... Why wait! Make your logo now!
What makes a good food and drink logo? Here are some elements of the answer. A brand logo should be meaningful but at the same time simple, recognizable and memorable. This holds true for food and drink logos. Many food and drink companies use icons which represent their products - fruits, vegetables, fish, chips, pizza, cheeseburger, ice cream, cake, bottle of water, can of soft drink icons for instance. If you’re selling fruits, for example, your logo can feature a fruits basket. Some enterprises draw on abstract symbols to give their brands a modern, mythical or formal dimension. Others still prefer to use eye-catching typography as in the case of Coca Cola’s. There’s lots of creative freedom in matters of style and icon. It’s important to use the right color palette as well. For example, warm colors, namely red, orange and yellow bring to mind an imagery of fire and heat, and inspire feelings of dynamism. Cool colors like blue, green, and purple evoke ideas of freshness and water as they inspire calm and serenity. Pastels of pink, mauve and peach inspire optimism and joy. Finally, make good use of fonts and typography. There are 5 types of typeface to choose from: Serif, Sans-Serif, Script, Egyptian, and Decorative each of which has got a particular significance. So make sure you pick one suitable for the brand identity and ideas you want your logo to stand for. For the rest, just free your imagination and create unlimitedly!