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Soup And Salad Franchise Opportunities

Bring a soup and salad franchise to your community and own the business of your dreams. As a franchisee, you'll be your own boss, but you'll have the backing of a national or global brand along with access to a system of highly developed tools and resources. Multiple businesses are for sale in soup and salad category including cafes, full service restaurants and many more. 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.

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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

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

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

People will always need to buy food; however, there is countless competition in the food industry. The challenge is convincing customers that your shop is the right choice, especially when starting a niche soup and salad franchise.

What Are You Selling?

The answer to this question goes beyond the items on your menu. It’s not hard for customers to find food. You need to sell more than that. So what you are selling is something different than your competitors. Your angle could be higher food quality than the competition, convenience that helps improve the customer’s day or the lowest prices in town. Figure out how you will be positioned in the market and make those points obvious in your advertising efforts. Of course, working with a franchise will be a tremendous help on this point, so lean on their experience and knowledge in the early days to get started.

The Personal Touch

Delivering outstanding customer service never goes out of style in any industry. No matter what you’re selling, treating your customers well and making them feel welcomed and comfortable goes a long way. Doing this in the soup and salad franchise business means training your staff properly on how they should interact with customers and deal with any conflicts or issues that may arise. Sure, you have the strength of the franchise name as a starting point for your business venture, but the personal touch delivered day in and day out will have a lot to do with your success.

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