Salad Logo Ideas:
The soothing shade of green gives the three leaves elegantly framed in a darker color a delicate yet invigorating appearance. This image suggests a brand inspired by the harmony and balance in nature, with the Gothic A1 typeface adding a confident, grounding baseline below the icon.
The cutlery sprouting leaves and towering above the brand name has a commanding presence, which is amplified by the dark and jazzy shade of pink. While simple and unassuming, the capital letters of the Poppins typeface hold their own below the imposing icon and are highly legible.
The deep violet-gray color is intriguing and adds a somber, sophisticated energy to this logo. The warm yellow-green cutlery flanking the avocado spruces up the design, with the lovely rounded Nunito typeface matching the gentle curves of the image and adding a classy, balanced finish.
Poppins is a brilliantly versatile typeface that works well on both digital and print mediums. The suitably green sprouting fork icon suggests a food service with a focus on leafy greens and guides the eye towards the brand name, which looks crisp and commanding in black.
Cutlery circling a mixed bag of fruit and veg is a quirky eye-catcher, bound to entice anyone with a hankering for a plate of healthy goodness. Purple and green infuse the design with fresh and creative energy. The uncomplicated Hind Madurai typeface is the perfect accompaniment to the busy icon.
Cyan and lime green form a fresh and invigorating color combination that is both calming and lively. This pairs well with the simplicity and natural symbolism of the icon — a rising sun peeking out behind luscious leaves. The well-balanced Nunito Sans typeface adds a practical, modern touch.
The pear, carrot, and leaf design instantly gives away the focus of your business, while the stylish serifs and high contrast strokes of the Philosopher typeface add a touch of elegance. The soft green and orange color combination has a distinctly natural energy and suggests organic produce.
The Heebo typeface has a friendly, youthful appeal, which pairs well with the strong forest green, conveying notions of nature, growth, and renewal. The leafy wreath icon draws the eye and plays up notions of continuity and regeneration, ideal for creating a strong brand image for a salad bar.
The leafy fork icon has a quirky, modern appeal and creates a link to your salad business. The cyan color denotes freshness and accentuates the design's sprightly appeal. The rounded lettering of the Bhaloo Bhai 2 typeface matches the icon's soft edges and adds to the design's friendly character.
This showstopping, minimalist logo combines a simple rendition of an avocado with the attractively offbeat Averia Libre typeface to create an undeniably affable design. The bright green gives the logo its fresh and energizing appeal, while the lettering and thin linework gives it an easy feel.
The dark grayish-blue backdrop sets a sophisticated tone and is elegantly enhanced by the crisp white contrast of the icon and brand name. The leaves in the icon add a natural flourish, while the downward facing tines guide the eye to the bold and unapologetic lettering of the Zilla Slab typeface.
The unusual Crushed typeface has a big, kooky personality, which artfully balances the muted coloring of the icon. With the typeface doing the hard lifting to create a distinct character, the vegetable icon and shades of green are free to send a clear message about healthy, organic produce.
This logo is ideal to convey fast delivery and fresh produce, perfect for a salad bar. The bold letters of the Poppins typeface give prominence to the brand name, while the visual impact of the speeding shopping cart is enhanced by the vibrant orange, which adds to its sense of urgency.
Soft shades of green and orange give the icon a gentle and friendly feel, while the black of the sleek and simple Nunito typeface underlines it with authority. The circular frame branching into leaves draws attention to the vegetables and emphasizes a plant-based or salad-centric offering.
With its high contrast strokes and distinct serifs, the Yeseva One typeface achieves a playful elegance that suits this lighthearted design. The vibrant green imparts a natural exuberance that matches the liveliness of the brimful salad bowl seemingly erupting fresh, leafy goodness.
How do I create a salad bar logo?
- Think about the character and aesthetic of your salad bar.
- Research existing salad bar logos to learn which colors, icons, and fonts work well together.
- Identify the design elements that best reflect your business.
- Use a logo maker to generate multiple design ideas.
- Ask peers and potential customers for feedback on your top choices.
- Select the logo that got the best reaction.
Where can I find salad logo ideas?
You can research existing salad logos online or look at our collection of designs. Alternatively, use a free logo maker such as Zarla to generate some logo ideas.
Where can I download a salad logo for free?
You can create, edit, and download salad logos for free on Zarla by clicking on "Edit" beneath one of our examples or by using our logo maker.
Where can I get a salad logo in vector format?
You can use Zarla to create your salad logo and download it in vector format for free. Vector files are useful for large-scale branding as they can be scaled to any size without losing image quality.
Why should I get my salad logo in PNG format?
Unlike JPEG files, PNG logos support transparent backgrounds. This makes them ideal for online use.