Colorado-primarily based Mad Greens is hoping to have 50% extra merchants beneath development by the conclusion of 2023.

“Now is the excellent time to start comprehensive drive into our franchise enhancement tactic,” CEO Darden Coors said in a company press release. “We go on to prosper in our a few marketplaces, furnishing a nicely-recognized manufacturer and systems for all those who want to insert a wholesome, salad-centric restaurant to their portfolio. From our culinary focus to operational efficiencies, we have the ability to swiftly meet up with buyer preferences by way of streamlined ordering and comprehensive customization. Franchise operators will be ready to franchise with uninhibited scalability.”

In 2021, Mad Greens achieved an typical device quantity surpassing $1.3 million with the surge in product sales coming as it commenced leveraging a higher-undertaking tech stack that provides consumers the means to order in-store as very well as utilizing the application, world-wide-web, 3rd-bash and catering orders, stated Coors, who is element of the Coors family company. Presented its robust profits to preliminary expenditure ratio and ongoing return on financial commitment, Mad Greens is prioritizing franchise progress in specific essential marketplace areas in and all through Arizona, Texas, and bordering states.

“Considering that opening Mad Greens in 2004, we’ve been consistently approached by persons intrigued in franchising with us and it really is fascinating to eventually give franchises wonderful partners to expand with into new marketplaces,” Coors claimed. “In 2023, we have several plans we would like to carry out from a brand name point of view that will benefit incoming franchise operators, including growing our loyalty program fanbase, giving engaging, resourceful promotions, and minimal time menu choices that maintain our consumers coming back again for more.”

The chain has 25 organization-owned units and one accredited area in the Austin, Texas airport and is pursuing franchise and nontraditional unit expansion in 2023 and outside of.