FoodNet Franchise

Food court and kiosk-based sandwich shop

His grandfather sold Italian candies and roasted peanuts from a vending cart at street fairs. His father sold Italian sausages from a street cart. When John Felico started Dominic's of New York in 1995, it wasn't too surprising he also chose to operate a food cart. Dominic's sells Italian sausages and a variety of sandwiches at stores, malls and ballparks.
Dominic's of New York has a long-term contract with Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse to place kiosks at many of their locations nationwide.

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The investment required to open a FoodNet Franchise is between $20,000-$362,500. There is an initial franchise fee of $15,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the FoodNet name.

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FoodNet has taken a very different approach to marketing a food service company. When we look at a city or town we look to bring our concepts and brands to every corner of that market. This allows us to have more representation, which in turn allows us to better support our brands. When we fully imp...

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When did the first FoodNet open? 1995
When did FoodNet start Franchising? 1996

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FoodNet Franchising Inc.
16 South Dooley Avenue # 1
Richmond, VA


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