Restaurant franchises

Showing 1-3 of 3 Restaurant franchises

Often at the budget end of the eating-out spectrum, restaurant franchises have proven especially resilient during recessions. Brand recognition also counts for a lot when customers seek an affordable meal. Brands like KFC and the Taco Maker keep costs down through bulk buying and time-honed business processes. Read about Fred DeLuca and how he established Subway.


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Tastebuds Popcorn 200+ flavors

Tastebuds Popcorn 200+ flavors

Create a fun and exciting environment that caters to every age group and demographic.
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Min. Investment: $30,000
Teriyaki Madness

Teriyaki Madness

Are you ready to join the new wave of quick service stores and work for yourself?
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Min. Investment: $50,000
The Big Salad

The Big Salad

The Big Salad is a salad-based concept for a fast-casual brand.
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Min. Investment: $230,000

<p>Often at the budget end of the eating-out spectrum, <strong>restaurant franchises</strong> have proven especially resilient during recessions. Brand recognition also counts for a lot when customers seek an affordable meal. Brands like KFC and the Taco Maker keep costs down through bulk buying and time-honed business processes. Read about <a href="http://us.franchisesales.com/resources/articles/subway-franchise--the-story-of-fred-deluca-and-subway">Fred DeLuca and how he established Subway</a>.</p>