October 20, 2017  
 
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Grains of Montanta offers a fast casual restaurant franchise that serves delicious, freshly baked artisan breads, bagels, pastries, gourmet sandwiches and brick oven baked pizza.

Franchise Profile — Grains of Montana

Grains of Montana Restaurants & Bakeries features the finest in freshly baked artisan breads, pastries, gourmet sandwiches and stone oven pizzas.
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All of their offerings are made from the Spring Wheat flour grown and harvested in the fields of their 15,000 acre family farm in Nashua, Montana.

This is a "fast-casual" restaurant with an upscale comfortable "All American" décor. The menu is delicious, wholesome, healthy, and priced competitively.

As a franchisee, you will be working with an experienced, professional staff that knows what it takes to be your own boss and to successfully run your own business. This a turn-key franchise business - all phases of establishing your restaurant will be handled by the talented Grains of Montana staff.

For more information about Grains of Montana franchise opportunities, visit their website.

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