JOIN THE HEALTHY FAST-CASUAL CRAZE WITH UFOOD GRILL

UFood Grill is leading the rapidly growing fast casual segment of franchising. With a sleek, inviting design and setting that serves fresh and delicious food fast, UFood Grill is meeting the current and increasing demand from its customers.  UFood Grill’s menu consists of dishes that are fresh, ALWAYS baked, NEVER fried, as well as under 700 calories, and 950mg of sodium. UFood Grill also offers a customizable menu with Better-For-U food that can meet all dietary needs and restrictions.

“Made with fresh ingredients that taste great, we truly are where delicious meets nutritious.”

One of the fastest growing segments in franchising are fast casual restaurants. The fast casual segment is showing a projected double digit market growth. Forbes has reported the potential of fast casual restaurants by citing the techonomic 2014 top 500 chain restaurant report. While QSR’s only grew 2% in 2013, the fast casual restaurant chains grew a whopping 11% while store count grew by 8%. The overall industry has grown 1.3% in the last 12 months while fast casual has grown 2.6%. Fast casual restaurants have been the consistent winner in the market share battle being waged in the chain restaurant industry since the recession. At the forefront of the rapid expanding industry is UFood Grill.

At UFood Grill, we are with you every step of the way:

  • Site selection
  • Submittal/Negotiation of LOI/Lease draft
  • Store design
  • Construction
  • Training
  • Grand Opening Support
  • Ongoing operational support
  • Ongoing marketing support

“Be in Business for Yourself Not By Yourself” – Sal Rincione, CEO

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