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Grabbagreen franchise for sale---Just Reduced---Save $15,000
North CarolinaListing DetailsOffice ID: SALAD2
Status: Active
Listing Broker: George Bradbury
Listing Price: $10,000
FF&E Included: No
Sales Structure: Asset Sale
Financing/Terms:
See Franchisor web site
Reason for Sale:
Market Expansion
Training:
Buyer will have to be approved by franchisor and attend all company training.
OperationsYear Established: 0
Summary
Business Description:
Your Grabbagreen store could be opened anywhere in the Triangle-----Outside a 3 mile radius of the existing store at North Hills, Raleigh. Founded in 2013, Grabbagreen is a fast food + juice restaurant where great tasting, healthy food meet the speed and convenience of traditional fast food. Grabbagreen's food + juice menu is preservative-free, naturally gluten-free and GMO free. The whole food menu is based on super food ingredients and offers a full selection of grain and green-based bowls with fresh hormone-free and antibiotic-free proteins provided by local farms, fresh-pressed juice, handcrafted smoothies and acai bowls, breakfast and healthy kid-friendly items. All signature menu items are prepared fresh, made-to-order and provide a delicious experience for customers and a variety of flavors to meet dietary needs.
Historical Summary:
Grabbagreen has franchised 87 units: 22 stores are currently open in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, Idaho, Texas, Tennessee and North Carolina with 20 additional locations opening in 2017 in Minnesota, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Texas, Tennessee, California and Colorado.
Owner Qualifications:
See Franchisor web site
Competition:
Making Fast Food Healthy is a new category in the fast casual space. Franchsior has had good growth for a new system.
Potential Growth:
See Franchisor web site
LocationReal Estate for Sale: Yes
Facilities:
See Franchisor web site
Royalty %: 6%
Avert Co-op %: 1%
Franchise Transfer Fee: $5,000
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Last Updated: Mar 21, 2018 / 7:15 AM
Financial Information Current as of: Jul 12, 2017 / 11:01 AM