Today 22 July

Food Retail

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Found: 65

Franchise Nestlé® Toll House® Café

Investments:

from $150,000

Nestlé® Toll House® Café

Investments:
from $150,000

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Gateway Newstands

Investments

$55,875 – $501,750

Franchise fee

$15,000 - $150,000

Royalty fee

3.5%

Gateway Newstands was founded in 1983 by Michael Aychental and David Goldman, who started franchising the concept the same year. A family-owned and -operated partnership based in Canada.

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Edible Arrangements

Investments

$195,450 – $327,650

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5%

At age 17, Tariq Farid borrowed $5,000 from his parents to buy a flower shop in East Haven, Connecticut, and within two years, he was running four flourishing stores. But after seven years as a florist, he came up with a new idea--bouquets you can eat. He opened the first Edible Arrangements store in 1999, creating, selling and delivering bouquets of fresh fruit sculpted to look like flowers.

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GNC Franchising

Investments

$180,504 – $347,270

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

6%

In 1935, David Shakarian started a health-food store in Pittsburgh called Lackzoom. It specialized in yogurt (which his father had helped introduce to the U.S.), but also carried health-food products such as honey and grains. Beginning with $35 in receipts his first day, Shakarian expanded to six Pittsburgh-area stores in five years.

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Beef Jerky Outlet Franchise Inc.

Investments

$215,750 – $394,000

Franchise fee

$44,900

Royalty fee

6%

Have you ever dreamed of having the time to do the things important to you while building your financial future? The Beef Jerky Outlet franchise affords franchisees the opportunity to create wealth while being present in their personal lives. The Beef Jerky Outlet’s turnkey franchise system is simple in comparison to other popular retail franchise concepts. We offer an easy-to-follow business model with little or no competition in the specialized market of beef jerky sales.

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HoneyBaked Ham

Investments

$301,700 – $501,500

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

5-6%

After inventing the spiral slicer, Harry Hoenselaar founded The HoneyBaked Ham Co. and Cafe in 1957. Family-owned and operated for three generations, the company has more than 300 locations in the United States. Incorporated in 1974, the Atlanta-based company has a catalog division, corporate sales businesses and a temporary holiday store system. The company purchased The Hickory Ham Co. and its 40 franchise stores.

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The Spice & Tea Exchange

Investments

$200,550 – $356,150

Franchise fee

$37,750

Royalty fee

7%

The Spice & Tea Exchange® Franchise was founded in 2008 by a group of talented individuals with a passion for life and a passion for food. Their vision to create a one-of-a-kind shopping experience brought our 18th Century Trading Post concept to life. Through the years, we’ve grown our franchise concept exponentially with one mission in mind:

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ampm

Investments

$430,698 – $7,888,695

Franchise fee

$40,000 - $70,000

Royalty fee

2-14%

The first ampm location opened in Southern California in 1978. There are now hundreds of combination gas station and convenience stores across the U.S., offering nearly 2,200 different hot and cold snack food and drink items.

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Million Snacks

Investments

$109,050 – $302,000

Franchise fee

$2,000

Royalty fee

5%

At Million Snacks our mission is to give everyone an opportunity to own their own business while securing their future and financial goals. We know that taking the plunge into owning a business can be difficult, especially after layoffs or career changes.

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Breadsmith

Investments

$354,250 – $399,900

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

7-5%

While studying in Norway, college student Dan Sterling got his first taste of European bread. Sterling returned to the United States and graduated from Harvard Business School before starting his own company. But he never lost his love of bread, and after volunteering to help a local bakery with its accounting, he decided to launch a bakery of his own. He opened the first Breadsmith location in 1993, and the company began franchising in 1994.

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Great Harvest Franchising Inc.

Investments

$242,620 – $589,762

Franchise fee

$20,000 - $30,000

Royalty fee

5%

Pete Wakeman had been baking bread most of his life. As a child, he would help his aunt. In high school, he baked for his friends. During summer vacations, he sold bread from the roadside. In 1976, when Wakeman heard about a bakery in Great Falls, Montana, that was going under, he bought it. With the help of his wife, Laura, Wakeman established the Great Harvest Bread Co. and set about baking loaves for people in the Great Falls community.

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House of Bread

Investments

$157,000 – $347,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

After spending six years as a lawyer, Sheila McCann decided to do something different with her life. At Harvard Business School, she researched several business ideas before settling on a bread bakery. McCann had fond memories of baking with her grandmother as a child in Montana. Inspired by her grandmother’s spirit of independence and endurance, she founded House of Bread in San Luis Obispo in 1996.

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Pretzelmaker

Investments

$205,200 – $327,000

Franchise fee

$15,000 - $25,000

Royalty fee

7%

Jeffrey Trip opened Pretzelvania in 1991, but the company's name was soon changed to Pretzelmaker for the purpose of franchising. In 2010, Pretzelmaker was merged with Pretzel Time, another company started in 1991 (originally under the name Mr. Pretzel). Pretzelmaker stores sell flavored hot pretzels, pretzel-wrapped hot dogs, lemonades and blended drinks. Pretzelmaker is part of Global Franchise Group, which also franchises Great American Cookies, MaggieMoo's and Marble Slab Creamery.

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Schakolad Chocolate Factory

Investments

$121,500 – $153,500

Franchise fee

$39,500

Royalty fee

$600-$1K/mo.

When Edgar Schaked graduated from Florida International University in Miami with a degree in mechanical engineering, he told his father he didn’t want to be an engineer, he wanted to be a chocolate maker. Schaked’s father, Baruch, had been making chocolates for more than 25 years, working in a chocolate factory in the family’s native Argentina, studying different techniques throughout Europe, and opening his own shop in Miami.

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Fuzziwig's Candy Factory Inc.

Investments

$184,000 – $363,350

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

6%

Fuzziwig's Candy Factory stores sell bulk candy, small toys and soft drinks in a themed environment. Some stores also offer ice cream, cotton candy, popcorn and caramel apples. Based in Durango, Colorado, the company was founded in 1996 and began franchising in 2002.

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Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company

Investments

$178,300 – $250,500

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

5%

Our retail shops are designed to represent ‘old fashioned’ chocolate shops where patrons can pick out their favorite chocolates in a 24 foot long old fashioned candy case. Retail stores have boxed chocolate displays, truffle displays, signature chocolates displays, chocolate molded novelties, seasonal chocolates and windows to the candy kitchen where fresh chocolates are made while customers are shopping.

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Smoothie Factory Master Franchise

Investments

$194,000 – $333,000

Franchise fee

$90,000 -$150,000, depending on size of Master Franchise Territory

Royalty fee

1.5% - 2.0%

Smoothie Factory is an established, popular, and fast growing international retailer of real fruit smoothies, fresh squeezed juices, authentic frozen yogurt, and healthy lite foods.

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Savory Spice Shop

Investments

$187,386 – $309,653

Franchise fee

$27,500 - $35,000

Royalty fee

4-6%

Mike and Janet Johnston opened the first Savory Spice Shop in Denver, Colorado, in 2004. In 2009, they began franchising. Savory Spice Shop stores offer herbs, spices, seasonings, sauces and other specialty food items. The company manufactures over 160 original-recipe spice blends.

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Clancy's Meat Co.

Investments

$372,000 – $410,000

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

3%

Clancy’s is committed to providing high-quality products that appeal to the changing needs of health-conscious consumers who enjoy preparing well-balanced meals without spending hours in the kitchen.

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Oil & Vinegar

Investments

$239,000 – $435,000

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5%

At Oil & Vinegar, we offer an interactive gourmet specialty shop concept packed with international panache, flavor and passion, providing our guests with an un-matched shopping experience.

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Vintner's Circle

Investments

$95,000 – $145,000

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

6%

Vintner’s Circle's winemaking shops are an innovative new concept that combines wine making, wine education and wine accessories retail in one fun location. It’s always time to make great wine and by using pre-pressed wine grape juices, Vintner’s Circle can guarantee the quality of wine you can make. Vintner’s Circle locations are licensed wineries. We love making wine, and that shines through into the great tasting wines we craft.

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vomFass

Investments

$233,800 – $749,500

Franchise fee

$37,500

Royalty fee

5%

VOM FASS is the premier specialty retailer of the world's finest oils, vinegars, spirits, liqueurs, and wine. Founded in Germany in 1994, there are now more than 270 stores in 20 countries. VOM FASS is well poised and well-positioned for rapid expansion in the United States.

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Crescendo USA

Investments

$60,000 – $320,500

Franchise fee

$12,000 - $24,000

Royalty fee

5%

Crescendo USA is a high-end retail franchise that offers a unique 'from the cask' customer experience, serving hand-selected imported European oils, vinegars and spirits. By focusing on developing and maintaining local, trust-based relationships with store customers, Crescendo USA and its sister brand VOM FASS create an unforgettable retail experience in every community it enters, offering an assortment of cooking classes and spirit tasting events to educate and provide customers with knowledge to take home. With eight locations operating today, plans call for an exponential increase of the U.S. franchise base, which will add to the more than 270 Crescendo and VOM FASS locations worldwide.

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Island of Treats

Investments

$72,729 – $148,280

Franchise fee

$20,000

Royalty fee

5%

Our large variety of products includes something for everyone - from Gummy bears and Swedish fish to gourmet chocolates and caramelized nuts - we are certain they will find an item they will enjoy. Our assortment also includes sugar free, gluten free and certified Kosher products. We bring out the kid in everyone!

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River Street Sweets

Investments

$399,800 – $814,850

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

5%

The family of River Street Sweets • Savannah’s Candy Kitchen is proud to be part of a candy industry that makes people smile and satisfies their sweet tooth. We’re also excited that our industry is expanding, proving that the timeless tradition of quality candies continues to excite and delight generations of candy lovers.

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