Profit from one of the hottest franchise trends to hit the marketplace in years! That’s right; years.
The trend: healthy fast food franchises.
The company that’s ahead of the curve: Pure Green. With national franchise opportunities available. Pure Green locations are between 500 and 800 square feet and Pure Green locations perform very well in corporate, college or high volume traffic areas.
About Pure Green: A Healthy Fast Food Franchise
Ross Franklin, ranked one of the top wellness entrepreneurs in 2019 is the Founder and CEO of Pure Green Franchise. He opened his first Pure Green retail location-a juice bar, in 2014.
Since then, Pure Green has evolved from a New York City based juice and smoothie business to a national wholesale company and now-a franchise.
Currently, there are 7 Pure Green retail franchise locations in New York City, with signed development agreements in Chicago and parts of Florida.
Pure Green Offers More Than Juice
“Pure Green is your destination for delicious cold pressed juice, smoothies, and healthy bowls.”
Check out these tasty-looking offerings.
One of the great things about opening a Pure Green franchise is the startup cost.
Compared to other franchise opportunities in this sector that require a lot of expensive equipment, Pure Green has a wholesale division which sells the cold pressed juice and shots your customers will crave.
Why Does This Matter?
Because you don’t have to produce the tasty, healthy cold-pressed juice on site. You order it directly, and it’s shipped to your store. And that instantly lowers your investment.
That said, your upfront investment for a Pure Green franchise ranges from $122,000-$240,000. The biggest variable is Real Estate, as costs vary from region to region.
The Bottom Line?
Pure Green is on a mission to create healthier communities around the world.
Would you like to join them?
For more information on Pure Green, including a breakdown of your startup costs, their incredible franchisee training program, along with makes Pure Green a special opportunity in the healthy fast food segment, fill out the form below.