A UK Subway franchise is just one of many options — discover the rest right here at What Franchise.
Do you want to be part of a global fast-food business? If you’d like to run a business with a huge profile and reputation in the food industry, a food franchise could be right for you. A UK Subway franchise is just one of many options — discover the rest right here at What Franchise.
Subway. McDonald’s. Little Caesars. So many of the most famous names in the fast food industry offer the opportunity to start a franchise. Franchising is beneficial for large global brands for a number of reasons. With this business model, corporations are able to expand into new areas around the world without risking getting into debt or using equity.
Whether pizza is your passion or you can’t resist sandwiches, burgers or even a healthier alternative, you’ll find a food franchise right for you. We look at some of the biggest businesses that allow you to get a slice of the (pepperoni-laden) pie.
Join Subway and help power its global growth
Could you be a part of the world’s fastest-growing restaurant chain? Subway began in Connecticut, USA, in 1965 and has since expanded across the world — to 112 countries, in fact. The famous submarine (or sub) sandwich brand boasts more than 43,000 outlets worldwide, with more than 2,600 of those in the UK and Ireland. If you want to start your own Subway franchise in the UK, it’ll cost you £100,000. Interested in a Subway franchise but don’t have the cash to hand? Find out about franchise finance and how it could help you.
Take pizza to the people with Little Caesars
America’s fastest-growing pizza chain is growing — and it’s looking to spread globally. Little Caesars has been one of the most recognisable brands in the USA for more than 50 years, but it’s aiming for global domination and to take its pizza to the world. To join this business, be prepared to cough up the dough — a Little Caesars franchise will cost you at least £330,000. If you’re chosen to be a Little Caesar’s franchisee, you’ll take part in a six-week intensive training programme in the US, which will give you all the support and resources you need to get off to a flying start.
Serve up vintage Americana with Wayback Burgers
Dinner is served 50’s style at this delightful throwback fast food chain. Wayback Burgers started life as Jake’s Hamburgers in Newark, Delaware, in 1991. At its hundreds of locations, diners can enjoy burgers, fries, milkshakes and more. Wayback also prides itself on corporate social responsibility and community involvement, working with local charities and running charitable events. Wayback Burgers has a strong presence across the USA, but it’s also rapidly growing across Canada, Argentina, the Middle East, Africa and Europe. Getting involved with this franchise is a more budget-friendly option compared to the likes of Maccie Ds and Subway — if you’d like to serve up a unique dining experience, you can get started for $35,000.
Make fast food that’s healthy and tasty with The Avocado Show
The famous fruit — yes, it’s a fruit — that launched a thousand trends is the star of the show when it comes to this franchise opportunity. The Avocado Show is an avo-obsessed restaurant chain started in Amsterdam in 2016 to produce a fresh slate of healthy and tasty dishes. A mix of classic combinations and new creations make The Avocado Show the go-to place for avocado-based food, whether dining in or taking away. If you’re looking for a long-term franchise opportunity, you can join The Avocado Show’s network for a fee of just £35,000.
Pretzels are on the menu at Auntie Anne’s
This Pennsylvania pretzel chain started in 1989 and has since exploded across the world. Auntie Anne’s already had 100 chains by 1992 and opened its first international branch in Indonesia in 1995. Its famous soft pretzels are available in a variety of flavours — both sweet and savoury — and have taken the world by storm. Today, this food franchise has more than 1,800 outlets, and with an initial franchise fee of £18,000, you can open the next.
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