Fast Food Franchise Opportunities in Wales

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Fast Food Franchises

Creams Cafe

Creams Cafe offers quality desserts that include milkshakes, waffles, coffee, ice cream, crepes, juices, gelato, cakes, sundaes, smoothies and so much more.

Min. Investment

£14,950

Eggless Cake Shop
Fast Food Franchises

Eggless Cake Shop

The story of the Eggless Cake Shop started in 2014 when the first fully-branded Cake Shop opened in Walsall.

Min. Investment

£50,000

Fast Food Franchises

Wayback Burgers Franchise

Wayback Burgers began as a hamburger stand in Delaware in 1991. It was only seven years later in 2008 that the brand started offering franchise opportunities.

Min. Investment

£35,000

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With nearly 40 years of experience in the quick-service restaurant (QSR) industry, Southern Fried Chicken employs 10,000 people and uses 100% fresh chicken in all its offerings.

Min. Investment

£15,000

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Fast Food Franchises

Papa John’s Franchise

Papa John’s was founded in the USA in 1984. As one of the most recognised pizza delivery brands in the world, it has over 5,300 stores in more than 40 international markets and territories.

Min. Investment

£185,000

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Kaspa’s Desserts was established in 2012 and over the past 10 years, has branched out into 89 franchisees in the food services industry.

Min. Investment

£45,000

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Fast Food Franchises

Chopstix Noodle Bar

Founded in 2001 in the centre of London, Chopstix Noodle Bar is one of the country’s largest Pan-Asian fast food franchises.

Min. Investment

£100,000

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Healthy Food

Wolf Franchise

Consumers who enter WOLF establishments are able to enjoy speedy service, convenience, healthy options, and personalisation.

Min. Investment

£100,000

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Panku Streetfood provides its customers with superb Japanese, Thai, and Korean food.

Min. Investment

£23,000

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Spoon Street is an award-winning company that specialises in frozen yoghurt, a healthier dessert alternative that’s becoming more and more popular.

Min. Investment

£119,000