Opportunity

Sub Sandwiches are Successful!

The sandwich (specifically submarine) industry is booming and lucrative:

  • Sandwich and sub shop franchises make up 12% of all quick-service restaurants, and demand is growing.
  • Annual growth from 2014 to 2019 was 3.4% (burger restaurants saw just 2.6% growth).
  • Total revenue in this niche in 2019 was $25 billion.
Goodcents - So much toom to grow
Goodcents - So much toom to grow

Goodcents’ Secret Weapon

A key differentiator is our Goodcents to Go line of prepared meals like fresh grilled Alaskan salmon and chicken Alfredo.

This additional revenue stream has been a major boost for our franchisees and a huge convenience for our customers!

Check out these grab-and-go industry stats:*

  • 10.4% annual growth rate for supermarket fresh prepared foods
  • 19% of all consumers purchase grab-and-go food items
  • 30% of millennials purchase grab-and-go food items
  • 50% of all consumers purchase prepackaged sandwiches
  • 65% of millennials purchase prepackaged sandwiches

So Much Room To Grow

The Ideal Goodcents Franchisee

Goodcents is seeking owner-operators or savvy investors who are interested in becoming a meaningful part of their communities.

You might be a good fit for our brand if:

  • You have restaurant experience
  • You love building community
  • You’re an extrovert
  • You have liquid capital of $100k

*An annual growth rate of 10.4 percent between 2006 and 2014 launches the supermarket fresh prepared foods segment into the food industry’s group of highest performing subdivisions, according to a recent Technomic study cited by an FMI about made-to-order food’s prevalence in grocery stores” – https://www.thenafemshow.org/news-and-insights/trend-watch-whats-new-grab-go/  While 19% of consumers overall select grab-and-go food items, nearly 30% of millennials purchase these items. About half of surveyed consumers report they purchase prepackaged sandwiches, but this jumps to 65% for millennials. – https://www.cspdailynews.com/snacks-candy/grab-go-foods-speak-millennial-generation