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Franchise Profile — Tossed
Toss is an innovative restaurant serving garden fresh salads, crepe wraps and smoothies.
In 1998, the first Toss was opened on Madison Avenue in Manhattan. Freash ingredients for healthy eats quickly made this a popular New York City spot. Today, they have spread across the country and become committed to fresh foods and customer service. Soups, melts and catering have been added to this successful business model.
Whether you are looking to open a single franchise or become a regional developer, Tossed has a plan for you. This is a full-service franchise package providing interior design, layout, menu, recipes, health and safety standards, food suppliers and product specifications. From initial training for you and your team to ongoing support, Tossed is with you every step of the way.
Be the first to bring healthy fast food to your community!
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