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Edible Arrangements Gift Shop Franchise Expanding to Alaska

Oct 4, 2022 | News, Retail

Edible Arrangements

Edible Arrangements, a global chain of gift shops specializing in fresh fruit snacks, is seeking franchise agreements for its first Alaska shops at multiple locations.

Dipping into the Market

The company aims to open four new stores by the end of 2023. Most franchise ownership opportunities are available in the greater Anchorage area, but the brand has also identified Juneau and Fairbanks as possible markets.

“Edible has been around for more than two decades, and it’s about time we bring the brand recognized by the masses for sweetening moments that should be remembered that we’re known for to the great state of Alaska,” says Ramzi Daklouche, vice president of franchise sales at Edible. “As a recognized industry leader for the work done across franchising, Edible is opening up new opportunities to invest in with an innovative and disruptive business model that includes expanded product offerings, dedicated field support, robust expansion plans, and a vision for the future that’s shared by our experienced team.”

Edible Arrangements is seeking multi-unit investors looking to grow their business endeavors. Eligible prospects should possess the ability to invest approximately $183,600 to $409,700 per franchise location. Multi-unit store development plans and financing options are also available for qualified applicants and incentive programs for veterans and first responders.

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Potential prospects can learn more at ediblefranchise.com.

“Business ownership with Edible Arrangements has given me opportunities I could never have imagined,” says Uri Geva, an Edible Arrangements franchise owner with twenty-eight locations across three states. “Edible Arrangements’ omnichannel business model allows for growth and ability to expand all while giving our guests more ways to gift, treat, and shop for the people they care about—making every experience with our gifts meaningful to all.”

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