Whether you like fine dining or prefer fast food, there are many opportunities on What Franchise for you to get involved in
Food lovers of the world unite! If you have a passion for food and you want to start a business, a food franchise could be your way to share what you love with the world. Whether you like fine dining or prefer fast food, there are many opportunities on What Franchise for you to get involved in.
The food and restaurant industry is big business. In the UK alone, consumers spent a staggering £89.5 billion on eating out in 2018. This figure has been steadily increasing every year since 2009, and it shows few signs of slowing down any time soon. With more than 2.4 million people working in accommodation and food service activities — including the food and restaurant industry — there are opportunities aplenty for foodies.
Whether you opt to run a bustling branch of a famous fast food chain or offer the best in gourmet food, there are a number of ways for you to get involved in this exciting sector. Discover the best food franchises for sale here.
Fireaway Pizza could be the hot opportunity you’re looking for
With this food franchise, the power of choice is in the hands of the customer. Fireaway Pizza prides itself on making food that is fresh and fast and with an incredible amount of variety. Customers can choose between four different sauce bases, four kinds of cheeses, and 25 different toppings. With pizzas made and ready to eat in a rapid three minutes, Fireaway Pizza really puts the fast into fast food. Starting in 2016, Fireaway has blazed across London, inspired by recipes and techniques sourced from Naples, Italy. Become a part of this franchise with a £30,000 investment, which can also be split into monthly payments of just £249.
Join the home of the whopper with a Burger King franchise
Burger King is undoubtedly one of the world’s most famous fast food chains. The “second-largest burger chain in the world” has been going strong for over 60 years and is looking for new franchisees. It’s clearly a strategy that works, with 90 per cent of its restaurants in the UK being franchises. If you are chosen to run a franchise, you’ll embark on a 15-week training programme, which will include some time working in an existing franchise. One of the costlier franchises, starting a Burger King franchise will cost you a cool £250,000, though it could cost you up to £800,000 to develop.
Serve up Indian-inspired street food with Chapati Man
With £65,000, you could start a Chapati Man franchise. One of the more affordable food franchises for sale here on What Franchise, this allows you to provide tasty Indian-inspired wraps via a mobile business that might take you from Glastonbury to beyond. Chapati Man also sells teas and its packaging is fully biodegradable. In a market increasingly concerned about environmental impact, this is your chance to stand out and grab a slice of the £250m Indian food industry in the UK.
Sell sweet treats with the Little Dessert Shop
If you have a sweet tooth, a franchise from the Little Dessert Shop could be the perfect opportunity for you. Started in 2014, this dessert-focused eatery pitches itself as a premium space for indulging your cravings of after-dinner delights. From gelato and crêpes to waffles and more, you can provide your customers with whatever satisfies their need for something sweet. Your franchise fee will cost you £12,995, which includes training and initial property fees, but you’ll need up to £87,995 to get on board with the lowest price option. The Little Dessert Shop could be your lucrative slice of this £3.5 billion industry.
Ready to sink your teeth into the food and restaurant franchise industry? Discover these and more food franchises for sale at What Franchise today.
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