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Juice Bar Franchise
The juice bar industry is estimated to have grown over $9 Billion worldwide. The U.S. alone accounts for $2.2 Billion, with over 5,200 locations across the states. The industry is seeing consistent year to year growth of 7% or more.Consumers are demanding healthier options at ever increasing rates. Quick serve restaurants have been excellent business...
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If you are looking at a single store you should be at 20%. Depending on your business model and primary products served, you could see this number go as high as 30% …but that is rare. If you decide to open multiple stores, your overall juice bar profit margin could be around 12-15%.
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A good logo leaves a subconscious impression in the minds of the customer that communicates what your business does and also the energy that your business is intending to give to your customer. 
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From the moment I had the vision of launching a juice bar, I was equally as excited as I was terrified. Starting a Juice bar was the most challenging and rewarding thing I have ever done in my life.  Up until this point, I was a very low-level entrepreneur. I had done a few “business...
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This is why your juice bar needs to be serving food! People eat two to three times a day, but tend to only drink juice maybe once. Make your juice bar the one stop shop for people’s health needs.
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Most juice bar owners don’t truly understand what a brand is. They think their brand is their logo. The reality is that brand is the total of impressions left on the minds and hearts of the customer.
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If you’re thinking about starting a juice bar there are a few important things to consider before getting started. By putting these simple tips into practice you are going to save yourself a lot of headache in the long run. 
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For any aspiring juice bar owner an important question to consider is whether to have a seasonal or non-seasonal menu. There are advantages and disadvantages to both models and ultimately it comes to to what kind of business you are trying to create.
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Many juice bars struggle with sales in the winter because they fail to adapt to the seasonal change. There are many things you can do in the winter to keep sales up including marketing new products and offering delivery services.
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If you want to open a juice bar you absolutely need to cost out your menu. I have seen people neglect this technical aspect and pay the price for it in the long run. Doing this may take a little bit of time, but will be one of the most important things you will do.
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