Smoothies & Juice FranchisesMore About Smoothies & Juice Franchises
Check out delicious smoothie and fresh juice concepts and become a franchise owner of one of these exciting and popular brands. This category combines the best of both worlds -- people's love of tasty frozen treats with a desire to be a bit healthier in their food choices. So peruse a variety of smoothie, juice, and frozen drink opportunities and find your dream business to own!
Smoothies & Juice Franchises
The Farm House Donuts and Decor
The Farm House is a unique combination of a restaurant and a seller of custom tables and decor items. Think a smaller and more upscale version of Cracker Barrel. The Farm House style is very much on target for upscale furniture buyers. Learn more about the costs, benefits, and available locations today!
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$ 100,000 Min.Cash Required
Naturals 2 Go, is a leader in the exploding healthy food vending category, with over 20 years of industry experience. Start your vending machine ownership career with a built-in reputation that consumers trust and respect, offering your customers a wholesome snack alternative today so they can enjoy a healthier tomorrow.
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$ 50,000 Min.Cash Required
Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii
At Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii, we’re committed to your success. Owning a Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii Franchise is a rewarding experience that offers unique benefits to those who embrace the Aloha spirit. As a brand that stands out from the rest – you benefit from word-of-mouth recognition from our Hawaiian origins. Learn more about the facts now!
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$ 70,000 Min.Cash Required
Fun Facts: Smoothie & Juice
- The US smoothie market generates over $2 billion in sales each year.
- Lemon juice is an astringent, which means it can be used to make natural facial masks & scrubs.
- There are over 6,000 smoothie shop locations in the US.
- Smoothie consumption went up almost 80% in the last 5 years!
- The phrase "You're a real peach" originated from a tradition of giving a peach to a friend you liked!
- Blueberries will not ripen until they are picked.
- Because British sailors ate citrus to prevent scurvy on long voyages of the sea, they were nicknamed "Limeys."