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Fosters Freeze

This burger and milkshake franchise awaits you. Learn more about Fosters Freeze franchising opportunities.

Franchise Profile — Fosters Freeze

Talk about a track record. Founded in 1946, Fosters Freeze is widely viewed as having been the first fast-food restaurant in California.

Customers love their made-to-order burgers, sandwiches, french fries and soft-serve ice cream. If you been considering buying an ice cream franchise or burger franchise, why not do both?

As a franchisee, you'll get support from an experienced team of experts who have been involved with many top-name restaurant franchising brands. They've created multiple options you can choose from: standalone Fosters Freeze, co-locaiton and an ice-cream-only option.

Just let them know where you want to open you Fosters Freeze and at what investment level. They'll walk you through the options. Get in touch to learn more about the the Fosters Freeze business model, investment requirements, assistance provided, financial potential and more.

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