In today's increasingly health conscious world, veganism, or abstaining from the consumption of animal products, is on the rise. In fact, according to The Economist, 2019 was the year of the vegan. The Millennial generation is increasingly seeking out vegan options. A franchise business looking to capitalize on this is trend is Vegan Fine Foods. The Flordia-based business was established in 2017 and began franchising in 2019. Candidates have three franchise models to choose from: the grocery, body shop, and cafe. Depending on the model that you choose, the initial investment ranges between $95,900 - $458,500. The initial franchise fee ranges between $29,900 - $35,000. Within the Vegan Fine Cafe concept, there is a bakery. No matter the franchise model that you choose, there will be a media rich way that you're trained. In terms of support and training, you can expect an initial training program that explains everything you need to know about running the business. This comprehensive training program is broken down into 10-20 hours of classroom training and 30-60 hours of on-the-job training. This training includes how to use the POS, sales, marketing, how to make the food (cafe option), and more. The support and training will be ongoing.
The franchisor will send assistance to ensure you run the business properly, especially in the beginning. Particularly if you choose the Vegan Fine Cafe option, your staff will be trained to properly cook and handle the food. The brand is committed to help others understand that its food is every bit as satisfactory as fast causal brands with less healthy options. Cusotmers' bodies and the planet will thank them.