Pita Land is all about unbelievably fresh products, amazing tasting food and fast service. Our fresh, never frozen chicken shawarma and made-to-order kebabs separate us from the competition. Our spice mixes and sauces are developed from old world family recipes. Our wraps, salads, and plates are loaded with delicious fresh vegetables. We make sure our customers’ food experience is worth every dollar spent and we don’t cut corners when it comes to delivering great Middle Eastern food that’s “So Good, So Fresh!”
Are you ready to become a part of this rapidly expanding franchise, be your own boss and serve high quality Middle Eastern food that will keep your customers coming back for more? Check out our Franchising Q & A for more information on how to get started.
Why own a Pita Land franchise?
Since the beginning, Pita Land’s promise to our customers has always been to provide insanely fresh, high quality, great tasting Middle Eastern street food. Our customers love Pita Land because they know we always keep our promise. As a Pita Land franchise owner, you will make this promise your own and watch as the familiar faces of your customers come in excited and leave satisfied.
How much does it cost to open a Pita Land franchise?
The initial cost of opening a Pita Land franchise is between $213,000 and $388,000 (plus applicable taxes), depending on store size, location, etc. An initial franchise fee of $25,000 is required before opening.
What does it take to be a Pita Land franchisee?
- Strong business sense
- Background in food service
- Passion for fresh, healthy food
- Customer service and managerial experience
- Hands-on approach
- Proven track record of success
What are the on-going fees?
Monthly fees are: 5% for royalties and 2% for advertising.
What is included in the cost?
This initial cost estimate includes everything you need to get started, including:
- Initial franchise fee
- Security deposit and first and last month’s rent
- Utility deposits
- Store design fees and plans
- Store construction
- Store equipment and furniture
- Opening inventory
- Training …and more
How do I get started?