I didn't do the logo but the people that did wanted to have the png transparent and didn't have the software to accomplish it.
It's a nice logo. Since you didn't do it I can say this: The fact that the logo is based around a full circle visual motif, with what looks like little white compass points all around it, suggests "360 degrees" to me rather than "180 degrees". But I suppose it's meant to look like you're looking down on a cupcake or muffin.
The degrees are actually supposed to refer to temperature( I'm not sure if it's Celsius or Fahrenheit) Supposedly when some important baking chemical thing happens. But I thought it does look like the 180 as angle degrees is reinforced with the dots.
I googled "180 degrees baking". So now I know, 180 degrees Celsius is 350 degrees Farenheit, and it's a common cooking temperature that balances cooking the food through and through with overcooking the outside. "Suitable for a wide range of baked goods and other dishes."
I imagine one of the most important things as a master chef-type, is to understand optimum cooking temps. And have a long , well noted bit of trial and error on that final judgement about optimum.
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