Preservation of our agriculture resources via cultivation of taro as a substitute crop for sugarcane and pineapple in Hawaii, and production of high demand value-added products including taro chips, greens, disposable green plates made of taro leaves, and hypoallergenic starch.
I like this design because the name and design are integrated together. I don't like....a little too much/complicated
I like the abstract animal and type face
Just enough lines as to not make this logo too hard to read
Looks like cheese has something to do with this company?
a little hard to read
The demise of sugarcane and pineapple in Hawaii has left a critical void in Hawaii's economy which now solely depends upon tourism. We propose to revitalize agriculture in Hawaii with the production of a universally consumable, fun product: taro chips. After sales are established, a starch product for the cosmetics industry will be developed, followed by research to identify the anti-cancer compounds found in taro. Taro flour, leafy greens, and disposable green plates pressed-formed from taro leaves will also be produced. Every part of the taro plant will be used.