Meet Our Franchise Owners
Mucho Burrito franchise owners have diverse backgrounds and business experience
You can build a thriving Mucho Burrito franchise even if you’ve never set foot in a commercial kitchen. Some franchise owners have a restaurant background, while others come from completely different industries. What they have in common is a love of great food that’s fresh, flavorful and affordably priced — and a desire to bring that to their communities with great customer service and true dedication to creating a dining experience that’s second to none.
Here’s what they have to say about why they couldn’t wait to own a Mucho Burrito franchise.
“I was a dental hygienist and wanted to find a different career path. Walking into a Mucho Burrito I noticed the cooking, the smell, the ambiance … I’m a foodie and so was attracted right away. I have created some great friendships, and I can’t believe how many loyal guests I have; sometimes they come multiple times in one day! It’s very much a family atmosphere, very welcoming.
Mucho Burrito is ahead of the trend for menus in terms of focusing on fresh, innovative combinations. People are more health-conscious and watching what they eat, and because Mucho Burrito is willing to try new items and make changes to keep the menu fresh and interesting, we are going to remain more unique than other concepts.”
— Donna Hogan, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
“We love that we are giving people good, fresh food with no preservatives. If someone wants to try something, like the salsa, we very confidently allow them to do so because we know they will really like it. Some concepts use frozen food, and they are not really cooking or preparing. Here we are making our food fresh all day, every day.
If someone doesn’t eat meat, we have options for that guest. Everyone can find something to enjoy on our menu. Our employees love it here, because the work is fun, and the time goes quickly. It all comes together for a wonderful atmosphere, which has helped us develop many regular guests. They love the food, and they enjoy being in the restaurant and talking with all of us.”
— Manish and Twinkal Patel, Collingswood, Ontario, Canada
Bring a new 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 2019. Estimated start-up costs range from $425,000 – $845,500, depending on the model you choose. We have been expanding in Canada since 2006, thanks to a business model built for entrepreneurs who are passionate about bringing a reimagined, fun and flavorful Mexican food experience to their communities.