Crepe Delicious has joined forces with Salus Fresh Foods to launch a series of dual-concept locations across the world.
Under the new agreement, the two brands will share business premises, a strategy becoming increasingly popular as a way to lower costs and reduce risk. As business partners, Crepe Delicious and Salus Fresh Foods will be able to split rental fees and the cost of some ingredients.
The extended agreement lasts for several years and covers locations across the globe, but the first dual-concept site will open its doors later this year in Toronto, Canada.
Elik Farin, Chief Operating Officer of Crepe Delicious Holdings Inc., explained,
“We are extremely confident that this dual concept will have great success, as both brands offer products that customers enjoy. Investors interested in the dual concept can expect greater buying power and lower food costs, ongoing support from a professional team in the QSR field including lease and LL support, and an excellent marketing programme.”
Crepe Delicious is in the process of expanding across the world, and currently has more than 65 locations up and running. The growing business is now the world’s largest crepe franchise, and selects only fresh, high-quality ingredients to use in its food products.
Salus Fresh Foods is committed to serving healthy foods to its customers. With a menu of salads, wraps, grain bowls and smoothies, among other options, the business uses simple yet delicious ingredients to keep people energised.
With a common interest in providing high-quality, mouth-watering meals to be eaten on the go, Crepe Delicious and Salus Fresh Foods can combine their efforts, save money and minimise risk.
If you’re interested in joining the Crepe Delicious franchise as an investor, head to its profile page to find out how you could launch your very own crepe store.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©