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SUPERGREEN

Singapore Available in: Singapore

Unique Selling Points
  • Simple menu
  • Experienced in F&B Operations
  • Increased trend in Healthy Eating

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Brief Brand Introduction
Started as a humble salad stall in NTU, SUPERGREEN now has 4 outlets in Singapore serving wholesome, delicious and affordable salad and grain bowls everyday. We believe that we are what we eat. Only when we eat well, we will live well. Therefore, we have prepared a selection of not only nutritious, but also delicious meats and vegetables for our customers. Eating well should also be accessible to all and does not have to cost a fortune. Hence, we have tried to make our prices very competitive.

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Year of Establishment 2020
Number of Outlets 1
Franchise Option SUF
Franchise Fee USD 20,000
Royalty
Percentage: 5.0%
Initial Marketing Fund
To be paid to Franchisor in the franchise setup phase.
Marketing Fund
A fixed amount or percentage of revenue to be allocated for marketing initiatives in franchisees' territories.
Percentage: 1.0%
Other fees
Franchise Term 3 year(s)
Development Schedule
Outlet Size
Minimum requirement of a franchised store
Min. 250.0 Sqft
Preferred Franchise Location Singapore
CAPEX needed USD 97,000

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