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groOrganic

Franchise

GroOrganic (groO) is a company dedicated to helping people find an affordable way to grow their own produce organically. Free of chemicals and toxins that may lead to health problems, growing organic vegetables through GroOrganic offers a safer, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly way of eating. Even people living in apartments can be part of the action. With raised planters and gardens grown in containers, customers do not need a backyard or even much space to start growing their own organic food.

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Facts & Figures

Liquid capital required
$10,150
Investment
$16,400 - $49,950
Franchise fee
$12,500
Units in operation
6

Overview

GroOrganc is a privately held agricultural franchise.

GroOrganicFranchise Opportunities - History

Karen Cancilla is a career entrepreneur who combined her passion for business and environmentalism to found GroOrganic (groO). She credits the growth of her business in part to the “Slow Food Movement” and looks forward to spreading organic gardens via franchising her business.

GroOrganicFranchise Cost /Initial Investment/ GroO Franchise Income

GroOrganicrequires a $12,500 initial franchise fee, with an operating capital ranging from an additional $3,900-$37,450. The total investment amounts to somewhere between $16,400 and $49,950. GroOrganicdoesn’t specify a franchise income, saying that figure depends on each owner’s commitment and salesmanship.

GroOrganicBusiness Opportunities: Other Information

Financing is available from GroOrganicfor individuals who are interested in owning a franchise but cannot outright afford one. Owners must pay a royalty of 6% off their gross revenue, with a minimum of $100 per month after six months of operation. Also, in order to properly run the company, you will need two employees strong enough to lift 50 pounds.

Since the business grows based on people becoming interested in organic gardening, a lot of the job is educating the community and showing its members the importance and health benefits of growing organic. Franchise owners can earns money by installing plants, performing garden maintenance, leading educational programs, and selling products.

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