Pizzeria Halt - Vegan/Veggie Pizza - Franchise


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Are you looking for a unique pizza franchise? Would you like to operate a business with a highly experienced management team? If so, this is the opportunity for you! 9.7 million, and growing, Americans have adapted the plant-based diet. Pizzeria Halt was founded to bridge the gap between people’s love for pizza and health issues. Learn more!

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Pizzeria Halt - Vegan/Veggie Pizza
Business Cost, Fees & Facts for 2022

Minimum Cash Required $50,000
Total Investment $100,000 - $225,000
Franchise Fee $50,000

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Pizzeria Halt - Vegan/Veggie Pizza - Franchise

A Vegan/Veggie Pizza Franchise Crafted with Love
Pizzeria Halt was founded to bridge the gap between people’s love for pizza and health issues. With vegan/veggie lifestyle on the rise as a result of an increased cancer, heart problems, and lactose intolerance, Pizzeria Halt was brought to life in order to provide customers with carefully selected ingredients and healthier cooking alternatives.

9.7 million, and growing, Americans have adapted the plant-based diet. With our corporate restaurant located on the west coast, we are part of the top 20 cities for vegans/vegetarians and vegetarians as ranked by Forbes (Sweet, 2020). There is affordability for consumers and adaptability for entrepreneurs to invest in a vegan/veggie-based pizza restaurant.

To ensure top level service, our management team works hands-on to provide customers with a friendly atmosphere. Our knowledge of ingredients, 100% animal by-product free, and safety regulations results in a clean and safe environment for our team and customers.

Are you looking for a unique vegan/veggie pizza franchise? Would you like to operate a business with a highly experienced management team? If so, this is the opportunity for you! 

The World’s First Vegan/Veggie Pizzeria Franchise
In the last five years, there has been a growing popularity for plant-based food in America. Not only due to the increasing spotlight on the harmful processes of eating meat, but also for those who have health restrictions from eating animal products as a whole. Our society used to laugh at veganism/vegetarianism, simply because it was different than the usual way. Now, many restaurants and chefs around the nation are beginning to introduce plant-based options in their menu. Although several fast food restaurants have hopped on the bandwagon, completely vegan eaters still aren’t able to enjoy these establishments because they do not practice an animal product-free kitchen.

With veganism/vegetarianism on the rise as a result of increased cancer, heart problems, and lactose intolerance, Pizzeria Halt’s founder, Sambit Duttaroy, developed a unique concept in order to bridge that gap between people’s love for pizza and the health issues brought by animal products. Being lactose intolerant himself, the idea for Pizzeria Halt was conceived as “The Healthy Alternative Pizza”, providing customers with carefully selected ingredients and healthier meal alternatives that are just as delicious as non-vegan restaurants (if not more!).

How We Support Our Franchisees

  • Operational Support - We will provide ongoing training and support in many areas, including unit operations, maintenance, customer-service techniques, product order, pricing guidelines and administrative procedures.
  • Marketing Support - We will coordinate development of advertising materials and strategies, consumer marketing plans and materials.
  • Ongoing Research and Development - We will provide our continued research methods and techniques to enhance unit-level profitability. 

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