Woworks has a deal with Combo Kitchen to bring Saladworks and Frutta Bowls to five to seven new locations every month this year. By Joe Guszkowski on Apr. 20, 2021 Photograph courtesy of Woworks The parent of Saladworks is doubling down on its nontraditional growth strategy. After unveiling a plan to add 90 locations with Ghost Kitchen Brands in late March, Woworks…

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Dark-kitchen platform helps bring proven concepts to franchise operators with excess capacity Saladworks and sister brand Frutta Bowls have partnered with Combo Kitchen to provide a multi-concept, ghost-kitchen franchising platform. Saladworks’ partnership with Combo Kitchen led to a Saladworks launching in Miami, Fla. earlier this month. Additional outlets opened last week in New York City…

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Saladworks and Frutta Bowls have announced a partnership with Combo Kitchen, a franchise system that allows entrepreneurs to invest in a ghost kitchen and operate multiple food concepts listed in its network. Operators benefit by generating additional revenue with the incorporation of a proven concept, while maintaining or even reducing their standard restaurant expenses. Combo…

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Jersey City, NJ. January 2021 – The pandemic caused by the coronavirus has irrefutably changed the restaurant industry forever. To combat the spread, many locations shut down their dine-in options and found that the trending third-party delivery and takeout platforms kept them in business. Combo Kitchen, the world’s first ghost kitchen franchise platform, is providing…

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Pembroke Pines, FL. January 2021 – Months after the nationwide lockdown caused by the global pandemic, restaurants are only now beginning to return to full form. Except many of them are keeping their delivery and curbside takeout options as well. This ghost kitchen trend in the industry was well known, but now it has become…

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Bakersfield, CA. January 2021 – Restaurant owners around the world were experiencing severe loss of income once the pandemic caused by coronavirus slowed the economy. Platforms like third-party delivery and takeout that were once seen as a novelty were now crucial to the survival of restaurants. With the economy returning to form, many restaurants kept…

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Jupiter, FL. January, 2021 – The coronavirus brought upon a pandemic that slowed restaurants around the world. Despite shutting down dine-in options, locations stayed open by shifting their business models to accommodate third-party delivery and curbside takeout. Combo Kitchen has been saving the industry by connecting restaurants with proven brands to utilize through the ghost…

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