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Business Idea: The Edible Arrangements

This article is from: http://www.tariqfarid.com/2009/03/edible-arrangements-story.html
The Edible Arrangements® Story

The Edible Arrangements concept was first launched in East Haven, CT in 1999. The company began franchising in 2001 in Massachusetts with additional stores quickly following in Connecticut, Georgia and New Jersey. Today there are over 850 locations operating or coming soon throughout the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, UK, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the Qatar.Edible Arrangements stores specialize in designing fresh fruit bouquets overflowing with juicy strawberries, pineapple, grapes, oranges, cantaloupe and honeydew hand sculpted to look like flowers. Arrangements are guaranteed fresh and are available in a variety of styles and sizes. They are perfect for any occasion from happy birthday, thank you, congratulations and sympathy to business events, client gifts and employee appreciation.

In 2006 Edible Arrangements launched Frutation®, a new concept that will take fresh fruit products to the next level. Frutation® is an all natural fruit station with a product collection that targets consumers who want a fresh and delicious treat on the go. The menu includes a variety of items such as Fruithy™ (all natural fresh fruit smoothies), fresh juices, fruit salads, spiced fruit salads, fruit sundaes and dipped fruit. The concept provides a unique and healthy option and is built upon the reputation of Edible Arrangements which is known for product quality, novelty and excellent service.

Edible Arrangements continues to expand internationally and invites qualified prospects to consider our franchise system. Edible Arrangements incorporates three of the fastest growing industries – fresh fruit, specialty foods and gift giving!


February 7, 2010 - Posted by | Business, Entrepreneur, Life, Million dollars Idea, Millionaire, News, Television, Uncategorized, Youtube

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