The proven Mexican food franchise meets the need for America’s continuing demand for Mexican food with its fresh, flavorful approach and menu
Mexican food may be hot, but the market is even hotter. Entrepreneurs seeking a new business opportunity in 2020 would do well to consider starting a business in the $60 billion industry with a Mexican food franchise.
The enduring popularity of Mexican food has no end in sight either. This should come as no surprise because more than 230 million Americans ate Mexican food as part of their diet in 2019, according to the U.S. Census data and Simmons National Consumer Survey.
If it hasn’t clicked yet, the fanbase for Mexican food is established, which is why the news of a wildly popular Canadian Mexican food franchise coming to the United States is so exciting. Under the leadership of Kahala Brands, one of the largest franchisors in the world with more than 28 brands and 3,000 locations open throughout the United States, Mucho Burrito is poised to rapidly grow throughout the country.
By delivering on the promise that healthy food can taste good, Mucho Burrito stands out in the booming Mexican food industry. Unlike other brands in the QSR industry, we pride ourselves on not cutting corners when it comes to Mexican food. We prepare everything fresh, in-house daily, using only the highest quality ingredients.
“This is a fabulous time to become a Mucho Burrito franchise owner because our food speaks for itself,” says Norm Pickering, Senior Director of Marketing of MTY. “We are a fresh Mexican grill. The products in franchise restaurants are freshly handmade; we’ve got nothing to hide. Our products are real. They’re all-natural and guests are actively seeking restaurants and brands that uphold this promise.”
Take America’s Most Timeless Cuisine to New Heights
As Canada’s market leader for Mexican food, Mucho Burrito has helped dozens of entrepreneurs with little to no experience in the restaurant industry. Our franchise owners benefit from comprehensive and ongoing support. From the moment you sign your franchise agreement and every day after, Mucho Burrito is committed to providing you with all the necessary resources, training and ongoing coaching you will need to grow your business over the long-term – and our training doesn’t stop there. We also help you with site selection, build out, grand opening and more.
“We make sure every franchise owner gets a strong combination of theory and practice when it comes to preparing to open their Mucho Burrito location,” says John Delutis, Brand President. “There is online and classroom training while the buildout of their restaurant is underway, and then they will spend time in another Mucho Burrito franchise location. Franchise owners will train just like any new employee, so they will learn every aspect of prep work, cooking, customer service and more.”
As a Mucho Burrito franchise owner, there are several ways you can capture a piece of the $60 billion Mexican food market, including a diverse menu, repeat business, catering and providing a fresh and fun opportunity. However, the No. 1 way is by bringing a new and different business opportunity to your community. Mucho Burrito is new to the United States, so when you open one of our proven franchises, you’ll not only be introducing a new name to your community, you’ll also be introducing the concept to a wider audience.
Bring a new and unique Mexican food franchise to your community today
A Mucho Burrito franchise is a low-cost investment opportunity offering high growth potential. Join this dynamic brand as it enters the United States in 2020. Start-up costs range from $268,260 to $630,500, depending on the model you choose. Since 2006, we have been expanding in the Canadian and UK markets thanks to a business model built for entrepreneurs who are passionate about bringing a reimagined, fun and flavorful Mexican food experience to their communities.
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