Great Harvest Bread Co. Franchise

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Capital Required
$144,100 - $630,930

Liquid Capital
$110,000

Net Worth
$250,000

Financing Assistance
No Financing Available

Training and Support
Available

Initial Franchise Fee
$35,000

Average Sales Last Year
$805,314

Existing Units
208

 

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About Great Harvest Bread Co.

Great Harvest Bread Co. began in Montana in 1975 when Pete and Laura Wakeman began selling their homemade bread to help pay their college tuition. Within three years, the first franchise store opened and before long, a number of locations were baking and selling the company's whole-grain, all-natural bread. Today, Great Harvest Bread has become a top franchise for sale. In addition to baking bread, many locations now serve sandwiches, paninis and a variety of coffee beverages. The company recently began offering the popular hard-crusted European-style breads in many of its franchised bakeries. Those looking to get a franchise with Great Harvest will find themselves with a very marketable product that appeals to the growing number of health-conscious consumers.

Great Harvest Bread

Great Harvest Bread Co. Franchising information

Those wondering how to get a Great Harvest franchise will be pleased to learn the process is fairly straightforward. The company offers what it calls Freedom Franchises - a model that combines the advantages of a traditional franchise with the freedom that comes from opening a traditional start-up. While Great Harvest provides significant training and support to franchisees, it also encourages owners to be creative, free-thinking entrepreneurs. There are now more than 200 franchised locations across the country. Franchisees report generally positive reviews of the training received from corporate, especially Great Harvest's hands-on production training and its Bakery School. The company has consistently ranked in Entrepreneur magazine's list of top 500 franchises for the past 15 years. Although not a cheap franchise, Great Harvest is committed to working with franchisees to help them achieve success.

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