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Food franchises in Australia

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Lenard's

Lenard's

We are ready to find the perfect partners to join our business. Join a long-standing, passionate family business.
Soonta

Soonta

Soonta is a popular Vietnamese restaurant offering healthy food options. Inspired by its mantra: Live healthy, Live happy! Min. Investment: $250,000
Milagro CBD Oil

Milagro CBD Oil

Milagro CBD Oil is a pure and best-tasting premium CBD oil available on the market. Min. Investment: €1,000
Camy's Chargrill Chicken

Camy's Chargrill Chicken

Camy's Chargrill Chicken is searching for franchise owners to successfully launch and grow its franchise network across Australia. Min. Investment: $400,000
Lone Star Rib House

Lone Star Rib House

If you're looking for the fastest growing food category in Australia and a proven business model, then this is the franchise for you. Min. Investment: $250,000
Royal Stacks

Royal Stacks

Join a kingdom that offers an exceptional dining experience to the masses. Min. Investment: $350,000
DannyBoys

DannyBoys

With a recipe for success, DannyBoys are growing their franchise network in Australia. Min. Investment: $300,000
Red Sparrow Pizza

Red Sparrow Pizza

Red Sparrow Pizza is recruiting foodies to own and grow the business network across Australia.
Rosa Mexicano

Rosa Mexicano

Rosa Mexicano is a popular restaurant that celebrates the aspects of Mexican food through strong culture and a friendly environment.
The Yiros Shop

The Yiros Shop

The Yiros Shop brings fast fresh Greek cuisine to the streets serving authentic and delicious Greek favourites. Min. Investment: $300,000
Ben & Jerry’s

Ben & Jerry’s

More than signature ice cream that’s loved the world over, Ben and Jerry’s offers you a vibrant lifestyle with a profitable business. Min. Investment: $250,000
Motto Motto

Motto Motto

Own & operate your own Motto Motto Japanese Kitchen casual-dining restaurant. Locations available across Australia. Min. Investment: $500,000
Tutti Frutti

Tutti Frutti

Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt have 700 stores spread out over 26 countries worldwide. Get involved Down Under with the leaders of frozen yogurt Min. Investment: $250,000
Lollipop’s

Lollipop’s

Owning a Lollipop’s is a one of a kind opportunity. This is your chance to be your own boss while being supported by an experienced group. Min. Investment: $450,000

Franchise Spotlight: Food

Franchising has propelled the global success of many food franchises, including Australian-born brands.

From sandwich shops to restaurants and mobile caterers, there’s no shortage of food franchise opportunities.

And our analysis reveals that aspiring food franchisees often don’t need previous experience in related sectors, with business acumen, physical fitness and character typically assessed instead.

Australia has numerous home-grown casual dining chains, including the Aussie-themed Outback Jack’s Bar & Grill, American-style chain Lonestar Rib House, sports bar and grill Sporting Globe, pan-Asian eatery Motto Motto and plant-based chain Soul Burger.

Franchise industry trends

Franchisors reduce franchisees’ workload by taking care of fit-outs, branding, marketing and menus, and preparing many menu items off-site before distributing daily to franchisees.

These benefits underpin a high industry growth rate and national and sometimes international franchise expansion, with the resulting purchasing power offering scope for comparatively low prices.

In no sector is this truer than fast food, with franchising having powered the global success of Mcdonald’s, Burger King (Hungry Jack’s in Australia) and Subway. Australian-born fast food chains include sandwich specialist DannyBoys, chicken franchise Red Rooster and pizza restaurant CRUST.

As for baked goods, there’s Michel’s Patisserie and Goldsteins Bakery and Pie Shop, while Ben & Jerry’s ‘Scoop Shops’, ‘Belgian chocolate cafe’ Oliver Brown and Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt cater to sweet-toothed Australians.

Meanwhile, thriving beverage-focused franchises include The Smoothie Factory, bubble tea specialist The Little Cha and Gloria Jean’s Coffees.

The business model of van-based caterers ​Kombi Keg and Cafe2U, and catering services franchise Kubarz, is good news for anyone seeking low overheads and flexible working hours.

Other franchises with unique selling points include cafe and kids play centre combo Lollipop’s and drive-through coffee chain Muzz Buzz.

Finally, convenience store giants such as IGA, 7-Eleven and SPAR offer the opportunity to trade under globally recognized brands with access to low cost own-brand ranges, with otherwise little interference in how store owners run their businesses.

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