Food Logos

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Frequently asked questions

Can I request changes to my food logo?

Yes. We understand preferences regarding your logo change over time, and that's perfectly normal, especially if you're a young startup. With BrandCrowd, you can edit your food logo and request design revisions. You can also work with one of the in-house designers for complex changes you want to do. Brandcrowd is one of the most user-friendly online logo creators you'll ever try. Tastes and trends change, which tends to affect how consumers look at food logos. When you display an outdated logo, people may view your food business in the same way. Consumers may think your offerings are stuck in a time warp, so a good rule of thumb is to update your logo every five years. Although this is a good guideline, some related businesses like food trucks change their logo look according to events they're attending.

Can I use my food logo for my website?

Yes. Your website is an essential tool for your food-related business. You want your logo to transfer to all your marketing materials effortlessly, and BrandCrowd helps you accomplish that by including several file types containing your logo. Uploading your food logo to your website usually requires a jpeg, png, or gif file format, which provides lossless compression. Meaning, these formats use algorithms that allow the original data to be reconstructed from compressed data flawlessly without distortion. An excellent pointer to remember when placing your logo on your website is consumers are far more likely to recall your brand's logo if it's placement is in the customary top-left position. This positioning is comfortable for the user because it's been a long-time standard. Test this logo placement versus others like top-right positioning and see which one is easier to recall.

What fonts are best for a food logo?

Logo fonts, if chosen correctly, can amplify your food brand exponentially. Ther are over a hundred of gastronomy centered fonts available to make your food logo stand out. Just like with images and colors, fonts conjure up feelings as well. For instance, simple, straight lines are perfect on restaurant logos representing Haute cuisine. And, a whimsical curly font indicates sugariness and decadence. When designing burger logos, you might want to include a font that invokes a retro feel like Metro No. 2. Other examples of fonts preferred for food branding logos are Helvetica, Open Sans, Plantin, Timberline, and Baskerville.

Should I use an acronym for my food logo?

The acronym is an abbreviated version, usually initials, of a brand or company's name. Initials now form the company's moniker at times pronounce a word itself. For example, NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Now, their abbreviation or acronym is their globally known brand. You can create a professional food logo for your fare using BrandCrowd with thousands of customizable logo templates at your fingertips. The consumer psychology behind acronyms as company logos is simple; they are just simpler to remember. Say your food delivery business is called Randy's Anytime Delivery, the abbreviation would be RAD. Now, who couldn't remember that? Initials are also handy for takeout logos and cafe logos.

Making your Food logo is easy with BrandCrowd Logo Maker

Create a professional food logo in minutes with our free food logo maker. BrandCrowd logo maker is easy to use and allows you full customization to get the food logo you want!

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Change colours, fonts, add a taglineā€¦ Our food logo maker is 100% customizable and easy to use.

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