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    agree!

    agree, voyage is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatTuong View Post
    Prada by Artimasa, Pineapple by Mans Greback and Ollie by Schizotype are nice options.

    Ollie
    These are great, thanks!

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    Delisia Font


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    Check this out

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fenotype/bonbon/

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    I think someone posted Gelato, thats a great one. I like Lunchbox Pro and Quayside for a more artsy logo.

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    Good question

    Hmm, as some people have said, it would depend on the specific type of food niche you're after. I can name off a few I've used before: Chunk Five, Oleo Script, Bello, Brandon Printed.

    But like I said, really depends on what you're going after :-)

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    Found one more for ya

    I came across this one tonight called Azola

    http://www.printroot.com/forum/f44/[request-completed]-azola-okaycat-42991/

    Pretty sweet looking. Reminds me of like sandwich & soup shop chalkboard text. :-)

    Hope this helps buddy

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    Tasty by Hubert Jocham Type

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    If you ever need to brand a hot dog stand, this one's for you :

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/frankfurter/

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    Fonts for food/menus

    Showcase by Latinotype is a new, gorgeous font with a whole set of food-based ornaments that would be perfect for a menu or signage in a restaurant.

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    Check this link:

    http://www.underconsideration.com/artofthemenu/

    Here you will find lots of good examples on how to apply good fonts in food design.

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    Fonts for food/menus

    Nelson by Laura Worthington is great for branding with a Natural food theme



    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/laura-worthington/nelson/

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    Lots of useful suggestions in this thread, but your question seems to generic to answer. A lot depends on the kind of food and the kind of customer you're after. Be careful with hot new fonts and the latest trends in tasty script fonts. You're probably aiming for a design that can last years and years.

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    I'm using Belinda quite alot these days its pretty legible for nice big headlines and is lovely and soft , but depends on what you are using it for?

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    Is Appetite New foody enough?
    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/deniserebryakov/appetite-new/

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