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Food franchises in the UK

Showing 21-28 of 28 Food franchises

Camile Thai

Camile Thai

Join a unique thriving food delivery brand with solid support in a booming market. Min. Investment: £100,000
The Greek Outdoors

The Greek Outdoors

The Greek Outdoors is an outdoor catering franchise specialising in Cypriot cuisine. Min. Investment: £19,995
Menopause Experts

Menopause Experts

Run dedicated menopause workshops and cookery schools, teaching skills that can alleviate symptoms in this globally recognised new industry. Min. Investment: £1,490
Quiznos

Quiznos

Owning a sandwich franchise has never been easier! Become a part of this global success story and achieve financial freedom as a franchisee. Min. Investment: £50,000
Delightful Desserts

Delightful Desserts

Learn more about joining this unique and independent, quality dessert and coffee brand. Min. Investment: £80,000
Warrens Bakery

Warrens Bakery

Warrens Bakery are seeking like-minded partners to roll out this premium bakery brand nationally. Min. Investment: £18,500
Wrapchic

Wrapchic

Wrapchic has transformed the way in which people enjoy their favourite Indian flavours. Opportunities available throughout the UK.
Chapati Man

Chapati Man

We are proud to offer a fantastic franchise opportunity that brings our award winning spicy Indian wraps to the UK, Europe and worldwide. Min. Investment: £12,000
Snack In The Box

Snack In The Box

The UK’s number one vending franchise offering vending solutions to workplaces across the UK.

Franchise Spotlight: Food

Franchises have the scale and streamlined business models to satisfy customers.

Food franchises often generate custom – much being repeat business – from one-off events like office parties, corporate events, festivals, weddings and birthday or engagement parties.

Usually excelling narrowly in a particular speciality, they are comparatively simple to run, which, along with the network’s collective buying power, lowers overheads and prices.

It’s a winning formula for the discerning British consumer with a shrinking disposable income.

Franchises often prepare their streamlined menu using innovative or authentically traditional cooking methods with high-quality, specialised cooking equipment.

To name a few examples: Turkish bakery-cafe TEGTAT; cinnamon roll bakery Cinzeo; The Greek Outdoors, which provides a Greek-style barbeque for outdoor events; and Spitting Pig, which does likewise with spit and hog roasts.

If you’re worried about limiting your appeal, then consider that many brands offer vegan, gluten-free and other specialised dietary options.

Is a food franchise for me?

A keen interest in food helps, yet you probably won’t need experience in the food industry. Indeed, from solicitors to management consultants, many franchisees join the sector having tired of office life.

Neither will you need extensive culinary knowledge. The menu is taken care of – which simplifies your role, but might be off-putting if you crave creative control.

What you will need is the ability to grasp, and faithfully follow, a proven formula.

Working briskly is paramount if you’re to keep the till ringing, queues short and customers happy – but not at the expense of quality, consistency or – vitally – hygiene.

Some outdoor catering franchises can supplement an existing catering business or be run part-time.

Snack-in-the-Box is an outlier in this category since franchisees aren’t involved in food preparation at all. Replenishing confectionary vending machines, franchisees must offer “great customer service, a professional attitude and a friendly, reliable approach.”

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