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How to Make a Juice Bar Logo

Nick PerryAuthor

Americans are thinking more and more about their health these days, which directly informs where they choose to eat. The health craze has driven a juice bar revolution, and the fruit and vegetable industry is expected to hit $257 billion by 2025. With so much projected growth, it’s no surprise that 5,300 juice bars opened in the United States in 2022 alone!

While the average cost to open a restaurant is usually at least $275,000, the cost to open a juice bar falls within a wide range of $25,000 - $400,000. With such a wide range of opening costs, there’s a decent chance that you have a solid marketing budget for your new juice bar.

When you started your juice bar, you probably spent some time discussing branding in your juice bar business plan. A juice bar logo is a great idea to incorporate into your juice bar marketing and branding strategy.

In this article, you will learn how to make an awesome juice bar logo that helps differentiate your brand from the crowded juice bar scene and excites your customers.

Why is a juice bar logo important?

It’s a great time to be in the juice bar business, but it’s also a very competitive space. When you started your juice bar, you might have had the only one in town. That’s probably not the case anymore. With many options to choose from, juice bars may tend to blend together in customers’ minds, or they might gravitate towards a familiar chain like Jamba Juice. A logo is an easy way to build brand recognition and increase a sense of loyalty among your customer base.

When you do a competitive analysis in your area, you may find that your juice bar is the only one without a logo. That’s an issue. Logos not only build recognition, but they also create identity with your juice bar’s best customers. Branding and marketing are all about fostering excitement and loyalty among your best customers and helping new customers turn into repeat customers. A logo helps to build that brand.

What to consider when making a juice bar logo

When it comes to making a juice bar logo, there are a few important things to keep in mind.


While starting a juice bar might be less expensive than opening another kind of restaurant, you will still likely have significant operating expenses. Between restaurant space, inventory, labor, and maintaining juice bar equipment, you can expect operating expenses to cut into your profit margin each month.

You should put aside money for marketing, but a one-time juice bar logo design project might not be a top priority. When you go into it, figure out how much you’re willing to spend. You could spend anywhere between $2 to more than $2,500 on a juice bar logo design.


Every timeline will be different and dependent upon your unique situation. There’s no right or wrong answer, and the speed with which you create your logo depends on where your juice bar is in its journey. 

You could create a juice bar logo in minutes with an online logo maker. If you enlist a designer or design agency, it could take between 4-6 weeks, and will likely get expensive as a designer works longer hours on your project.

Customer base

Any restaurant design project should focus on its target customers first, and new customers second. It’s crucial to understand what people like most about your juice bar, so you can create a logo that appeals most to these frequent customers.

Customers might vibe with your juice bar’s overall concept, love specific menu items, or even just felt drawn to the juice bar’s name. There’s a lot to like about your business, of course, but it’s your job to identify exactly what it is that makes your target customers keep coming back.


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How to make a juice bar logo

Every logo design project will be a little different, but this is a general guide to help you through your juice bar logo design project.

Start with your brand

You certainly thought about your brand when building your juice bar business plan, and honed it while building a juice bar website. Your brand shines through in all of your daily operations and marketing, and it should inform your juice bar logo design project.

If you don’t have a clear brand vision or statement, start by asking some big questions. How did you come up with your juice bar name or the signature smoothies? What’s your connection to the community? What’s different about your juice bar design? These questions will help you figure out what’s important to your brand.

Build your vision

Let your creativity flow! Sketch out your ideas or work with someone with a little more artistic talent to flesh out some thoughts. An online logo maker is also a useful tool to find inspiration and test ideas.

Remember to look at national and local juice bar logos not just for inspiration, but to make sure you aren’t infringing on anyone’s copyright. You might discover some design elements you really like, like a font or color, and use that research to inform your logo design project.

Choose a logo design avenue

When you have a good idea of what you’re looking for, it’s time to put those earlier considerations into practice. You have a few options for a logo design project.

Hire a professional graphic designer

Hiring a professional graphic designer is the most expensive route for your juice bar logo design project, running likely $24/hour or more. While it’s the most expensive option, designers will give you that personal touch you might need to help get the perfect logo. They’ll also advise you on how to incorporate your logo into your branding and give you all of the files and guidance you need to put the logo on everything.

Do it yourself

If you have a clear vision and some artistic talent, you can save some money by making your logo yourself. You have the best idea of what you’re looking for, so if you can create it, then why not save some money? It’s possible you’ll still need to consult a designer to digitize and produce your logo design, however.

Use a template or generator

Logo generators like Canva, Looka, and Themeisle Logo Maker utilize artificial intelligence to create original logos cheaply based on a few informational inputs. Just type in your ideas, and let the generator work, or work off of a variety of templates.

Generators are much cheaper and faster than professional designers, but they won’t be able to fine-tune elements how you might prefer and they won’t help you streamline ideas.

Edit and iterate (and get other people’s opinions!) 

You’re probably not going to create the perfect logo on your first attempt. The best restaurant logos are the subject of a collaborative iteration process that helps you iron out the best logo possible. You might love the first draft, but don’t overhaul your branding without getting feedback from employees, friends, and customers.

Through an editing and iteration process, you can gather anonymous feedback to shore up design elements that aren’t working, play up ones that are, and fine-tune your logo design to be the best representation of your juice bar brand as possible.

Copyright and trademark

After finalizing your juice bar logo, you want to protect it. Either have your attorney apply for a trademark via the United States’ Patent Office (USPO), or hire a one-off service like LegalZoom to handle the copyrighting process.

What makes a great logo?

There’s no such thing as a perfect logo; you can only hope to make your customers as happy as possible. That said, there are a number of great juice bar logos out there. 

Some examples include:

  • Liv’s Juice Bar: Based in Somerville, MA, Liv’s Juice Bar elegantly features a simple acai plant in the middle of the Liv’s Juice Bar text. It’s a wholesome, healthful message in a logo form.

  • The Daily Press: Cohasset, MA’s Daily Press puts a beet front and center in its logo, with colorful newspaper type that hearkens to local newspapers.

  • Juice Bar & Co.: A lemon and bold green and yellow colors make this cute logo memorble in Smithfield, RI.

Tips for making a great logo

Think of the following during your juice bar logo design process.

Make it clear and easy to read

One thing all of the juice bar logos in the previous section have in common is that they’re extremely easy to read. You want people to recall your business’s name, so a logo that looks great while clearly conveying the juice bar’s name is a smart idea.

Keep it true to your brand

Looking again at the juice bars from the previous section, they’ve all incorporated a fruit or vegetable into their logos. It makes sense, right? They’re juice bars, and they’re focused on healthful products — fruits and veggies are very true to their brand.

Make it memorable

Whether it’s a catchy name, a cool character, or a neat design element like the Liv’s acai plant, you want your logo to stick in people’s minds. Depending on your brand, that may lead to something more fun or to something more simple and elegant.

Avoid being too trendy

Don’t try to do too much in a logo. You don’t have to have some kind of obscure, exclusive reference hiding in there, or make homage to a cultural reference some of your customers won’t get. Your logo should be able to endure beyond trends.

The juice bar industry is a competitive one, and a logo will help your juice bar stand out from the crowd. A great logo is one that resonates with your customers and appeals enough to new customers to get them to come through the doors. With this guide, you’ll be able to create the perfect juice bar logo for your brand.

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