Food And Beverage Logo Design

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The client is located in France operating a micro coffee roaster. With an emphasis on organic and fair-trade coffee and operating for the last five years, the client had been building up French clientele to drinking speciality coffee, lighter roasts with more flavour.

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After much research and brainstorming, our award winning branding team will create different design directions and concepts and present them to you in beautiful branding presentations so you can see how the designs interact in the real world and help you envision how each design would help make the right impact.




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Website Design

With a professional and stunning design and layout. The website will have a content management system which will enable you to edit the pages by yourself quite easily. You can also new pages when required and upload images or videos etc.

CMS will enable you to edit the pages by yourself quite easily. You can also new pages when required and upload images or videos etc.

Post articles and resources on industry related topics to establish your brand as an authority.

Includes product catalog, product details, shopping cart, check out, credit card gateway integration, inventory management, taxes, shipping, coupons and more.


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Corporate Identity Elements

Once the logo design is completed, we will create stunning matching identity design elements to enhance the look and feel of your brand.



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Brand Identity Elements

Secondary Brand Mark/Icon which can be used in places where the primary logo would be an over-kill. Examples could include: back of a business card, watermark on letterheads or envelopes, usage on t-shirts or uniforms, corporate stamps etc

Official Brand Pattern that can used for inside covers, backgrounds etc. Examples of pattern usage can be inside lining of apparel, lining of leather bags, lining of product packaging, package external boxes wall paper, office glass sticking, vehicle wraps and more.

Brand Style Guide with logo specs and usage guidelines including logo design specs, color palette and codes including PANTONE, HEX, RGB and CMYK, typography including primary and secondary fonts used, proper size of logo and space around logo, logo background usage, information about secondary icons, pattern etc


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Custom Food Logo Design & Drink Logo Design

No one loves to eat and drink like Americans, which is why our supermarkets, internet, and even street corners are filled with a range of culinary choices. However, some food and drink businesses seem to flourish while others flounder. It’s difficult to nail down an exact equation that guarantees success, but food logos and drink logos seem to be an important factor. The branding can be designed to entice the customer and create buzz, which is both the most effective and least expensive type of advertising.

There are many types of related businesses, and just as many types of logos for this field. People are often confused and a little overwhelmed by the many choices available, so your logo is a can’t-be-missed chance to show them why you are different as can be seen in our Top 10 Coffee Shop Logos. If your business is in a special niche or carries a hard-to-find product, this may be a good basis for your logo. If you specialize in a specific nationality’s products, logos can be designed around this as well. This makes it easier for customers to see why they should choose you.

If your business or restaurant sells a wider range of products, you will need a different type of logo. One way to create a logo that is just perfect for you is to choose a style based on that of your locations. If you have a fun, retro theme, this can be turned into a bright logo reminiscent of happier times. If you cater to a more sophisticated crowd, elegant identities can be designed to show the quality of your experience. Whatever your personal style, it’s important to express this to your logo designer so they can create a logo that is just perfect for you.

There are no colors or shapes that are traditionally used in food branding, so the sky is the limit. Your business’s color palette and unique style can be expressed in a professional and attractive way that will hopefully be just as appealing to your target customers.

We’ve all heard that ‘green is the new black’, so if your business has an earth-friendly side, this certainly should be expressed in your identity. This can be accomplished by using earthy colors such as browns, greens, and other hues. Other images that express earth-friendliness are a globe, sunshine, natural scenes, and even simple round shapes. With many people on the lookout for organic, vegetarian, and other green options, you should proudly display this side of your business. This can be accomplished in an attractive and inviting way.

This business sector is incredibly competitive, with new business springing up every day and then folding almost as quickly. However, there is no need to be discouraged by this turnover. You can give your business the advantage that it needs by having a unique, professional logo designed. Luckily, with the right company, this can be an easy process that you will never regret.