California Crisp Café
If you're looking for a healthy alternative to fast food, you should take a bite out of California Crisp Café.
Franchise Profile — California Crisp Café
California Crisp Café has been serving customers since their founding in Sherman Oaks, California, 1979.
With more public attention being focused on avoiding those greasy fast food burger joints, a newer industry of healthier and fresher meal options is ever increasing. California Crisp Café offers customers wraps, salads, and potatoes. They make sure the only thing deep fried are their potato chips, which are cooked daily and served fresh on the side. They offer a wide array of desserts, giving customers the options of even having a light smoothie after a meal.
Franchisees at California Crisp Café will receive 2-4 week business training before opening their store. Franchisees also have access to multi-store agreements that could bring in more revenue. Total initial investment ranges anywhere from $250,000 to $1.2 million. Franchisees enter into a 10 year agreement with the option of two additional five year terms that are granted on a basis of efficiency.
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