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Food franchises in Australia 


Showing 1 - 12 of 12 Food franchises



Soul Burger

Soul Burger

Soul Burger has a passion for creating change and social impact through unleashing plant-based brilliance upon Australia.

Min. Investment: $300,000
DannyBoys

DannyBoys

With a recipe for success, DannyBoys are growing their franchise network in Australia.

Min. Investment: $300,000
Speaking Roses

Speaking Roses

Bring a ground-breaking new concept to your market with Speaking Roses, the revolutionary way to send greetings for almost any occasion.

Min. Investment: $8,995
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
Greenhouse Asian Salads

Greenhouse Asian Salads

Thinking of joining a franchise? We welcome you to join the Greenhouse Family!

Min. Investment: $200,000
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: $45,000
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
Outback Jack’s Bar & Grill

Outback Jack’s Bar & Grill

An exciting new casual dining franchise with full bar facilities and one of the largest range of steaks on any menu!

Min. Investment: $45,000
Motto Motto

Motto Motto

Own & operate your own Motto Motto Japanese Kitchen casual-dining restaurant. Locations available across Australia.

Min. Investment: $650,000
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
The Little Cha

The Little Cha

The Bubble Tea industry expanding rapidly. Take advantage of this and become a business owner with this exciting brand.

Min. Investment: $150,000
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: Pizza

Food industry experience is not generally required to become a franchisee with some of franchising’s most stellar brands.

Pizza franchises include some of the best-known fast-food brands globally, with Domino’s and Pizza Hut the two biggest players in Australia.

Domino's Pizza is in fact the largest pizza company in the world, with more than 17,000 stores in 90 countries. Exclusively focused on delivery, the brand has been well insulated from the effects of Covid-19 too.

New franchisees receive a 12-week intensive training program, followed by one-week’s in-store assistance from a franchise trainer. Once their store is established, franchisees can potentially supercharge their income by taking on additional outlets.

Pizza Hut , the venerable restaurant and pizza delivery franchise, has around 270 outlets across Australia. It gives franchisees an eight-week on-boarding program and two weeks’ one-to-one operational support when the store opens.

The franchisor says it finds high visibility, high footfall locations with easy access and ample parking space for franchisees.

A focus on “authenticity” and the use of “finest ingredients” in “unique combinations”, meanwhile, has seen Australian pizza delivery franchise CRUST grow to more than 120 outlets across the country.   None of this trio specifies food industry experience as a pre-requisite – although Pizza Hut says it’s preferable – instead favouring entrepreneurial, hardworking candidates with a talent for customer service.

Pizza industry trends

The Covid-19 pandemic has squeezed revenues in the $3bn sector, although delivery and takeaway operators have been exempt from lockdown restrictions.  Operators that can offer quality pizza at low prices will surely thrive amid the short- to medium-term economic turmoil.

The long-term future of the industry looks brighter, with market research firm IBISWorld citing population growth in the outer suburbs of capital cities as opportunities for new franchise markets.  Its analysis concludes that intense competition among franchised and non-franchised operators alike will drive product innovation and greater technology expenditure.

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