Food is a franchising force. When it's time to eat, people want a restaurant they can identify and trust. Entrepreneurs know this and today
food franchises of all flavors and cuisines enjoy global prominence. Choosing the right food franchise involves extensive research, and so
Franchise Nation Network has performed definitive analysis on the entire food franchising industry to make this decision easier for you.
For our food franchise reports, we have assessed the Franchise Disclosure Documents (FDDs) of food franchises of all shapes, tastes and
sizes, while carefully studying published industry sources. These reports are essential reading as you find the food franchise that is
perfect for you.
We have produced the following 9 exclusive food franchise reports:
This study is a brief review of the U.S. full service restaurant franchise industry. It is based on data collected from the Franchise Disclosure
Documents (FDDs) of 18 full service restaurant franchises and published industry sources. The FDDs covered 18 full service franchises in the U.S.
A full service restaurant is defined as a sit down eatery where food is served directly to the customers' table. These establishments may sell alcoholic beverages; provide takeout, delivery or present live entertainment. The term "full service" can encompass anything from a family-style eatery to an elegant restaurant; from casual dining to fine dining ... READ MORE >>>
This study outlines a brief review of the U.S. fast food restaurant franchise industry based on data collected from Franchise Disclosure Documents (FDDs)
and from published industry sources. The FDDs covered 22 fast food franchises in the U.S.
When J. Walter Anderson opened the first White Castle in Wichita, Kansas in 1921, it marked the beginning of the fast food industry in the US. They sold fries, sodas and burgers at 5c each. The modern day market leader, McDonalds, didn't open their doors for business until 1940 and with the help of Ray Kroc, McDonalds' first franchisee, they have since become the world's largest food service retail chain. The fast food industry has over 300,000 units in the US alone ... READ MORE >>>
This study is a brief review of the U.S. fast casual restaurant franchise industry. It is based on data collected from the Franchise Disclosure
Documents (FDDs) of 13 fast casual restaurant franchises and published industry sources. In the context of this report we define a fast casual restaurant
as a hybrid of quick service and casual dining that offers the consumer more freshly prepared and customized product than a fast food restaurant.
The fast casual restaurant sector, while being the newest and the fastest growing sector of the food industry is also a recent phenomenon. The fast casual industry caters to current consumer needs by offering a cheaper alternative to more expensive restaurants while offering customisation and quality ingredients ... READ MORE >>>
Given the current straitened economic conditions the restaurant industry is proving resilient. Eating out in restaurants and the purchasing of take-out and delivery meals is an essential part of the American lifestyle. The convenience and value offered by the restaurant industry makes management of consumersí day to day living easier. Research by the National Restaurant Association indicates that consumers, although worried about the economy, intend to continue their patronage of restaurants. It is expected that quick service, takeout and delivery style restaurants will benefit at the expense of upscale and casual dining. It is predicted also that moderating gas prices and other commodities will mean that consumers may have more disposable income in 2009. ... READ MORE >>>