Hot Dog Business Franchises
251.94 million Americans consumed frankfurters and hot dogs in 2016.
Americans eat about 70 hot dogs per person each year.
Hot dogs are served in 95% of homes in the United States.
15% of hot dogs are purchased from street vendors and 9% are purchased at ballparks.
Types of Hot Dog Business Franchises
While it is believed that the first frankfurter was developed in Germany more than 500 years ago, Americans have made the food uniquely their own. Maybe it is the hot dog’s association with baseball that has so endeared it to Americans. Whatever the reason, entrepreneurs interested in opening their own hot dog franchises have a wealth of flavors, styles and toppings to consider. From franchises that offer regional variations to those that try to invent something new, what you pick will depend on what you think local tastes are craving the most.
Why Buy a Hot Dog Business Franchise
A hot dog franchise can be a great business for an entrepreneur interested in an industry with low overhead that is easy to get up and running quickly. From starting out small with a hot dog cart to establishing a storefront restaurant franchise location, what you select is up to you and the amount you are willing to invest. A hot dog franchise is an all-American way for you to achieve being your own boss in a fun and delicious environment.
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