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Candy Franchise Opportunities

Interested in selling a product that everyone enjoys? Consider buying a candy franchise within the food industry. From retail opportunities to vending machine companies, these franchises offer entrepreneurs a way to start their own business with an established business model. Businesses for sale will provide you with products, training and support. Explore the wide variety of franchises and business opportunities for sale in this category by clicking on the links below and remember to inquire to multiple opportunities to learn which business is right for you.

Here's more franchises expanding in your local market:

Bruster’s Real Ice Cream

A Scoop Above The Rest -  Bruster’s®Real Ice Cream. Since 1989, Bruster’s® has become one of the country’s favorite frozen treat chains. And for the last 20 years, we’ve been ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine as a top…

Cash Required: $100,000

Category: Food & Restaurant

Grain & Berry

WHERE HEALTHY MEETS DELICIOUS! With an AUV of $1,136,606*, Grain & Berry is positioned to become the top healthy cafe in Florida! Over 1 Million bowls have been sold. Considering there are no ovens, no fryers, and no meat in the restaurant, the operation…

Cash Required: $100,000

Category: Food & Restaurant

Atomic Wings

AWARD WINNER FOR 30+ YEARS!  Atomic Wings is a pandemic and recession-resistant franchise opportunity. The buffalo wings and chicken wings segment is one of the fastest-growing sections of the foodservice industry, and our unique niche between fast…

Cash Required: $75,000

Category: Food & Restaurant

Dickey's Barbecue Pit

Join the Largest Barbecue Franchise in America! Dickey's Barbecue Pit is a true American success story serving legit Texas barbecue across the world. In 1941, Travis Dickey opened the first location in Dallas, Texas. Soon enough, our barbecue was…

Cash Required: $100,000

Category: Food & Restaurant

When starting any new business, it’s important to know your target market. That’s certainly the case here, as you’ll need to present your candy options to the right market segment if you want to be successful. As a starting point, kids are a significant portion of the market you’ll want to serve with your candy business. Kids tend to love candy, and it will often be the children that are talking their parents into making a purchase. So, thinking about locations where you will serve kids is a good starting point as you plan this venture.

Find the Foot Traffic

It would be unusual for a family to set out for the day with the sole objective of finding a candy store. More likely, the family will be out doing other things – and they will come across a candy store and decide to go inside. So, consider the areas around your region that draw significant foot traffic and look for location options in those areas. For example, locations with lots of foot traffic could be near a major shopping center, or it could be in a touristy area that has family-friendly attractions, restaurants, hotels, and more. Don’t bank on people driving specifically to come to find you. Instead, go to where your target market will already spend their time.

Get Involved

You might find it difficult at first to develop a loyal following in your community since candy is more of an occasional purchase than a daily staple. With that said, it can help to get involved in your area, so you become known as an active member of various groups or clubs. Consider sponsoring events or activities and get to know as many people as possible to form valuable connections. With a growing presence in the local market and a reputation as being involved and dedicated to the area, you may see related benefits to the strength and popularity of your business.

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