- September 29, 2020
SARASOTA — Le Macaron French Pastries announced it has a new mobile kiosk franchise opportunity.
According to a press release, the kiosk franchises are part of the Sarasota-based company's growth strategy.
The mobile kiosk investment ranges from $91,000 to $127,000, the release adds. All products are made by French Chef Didier Saba at the company's headquarters.
"We wanted to create an opportunity that allows our franchise owners to work in nonconventional environments and offer guests a sweet treat when they are unable to access one of our locations," says Le Macaron French Pastries CEO and co-founder Rosalie Guillem in a statement. "Our products can easily be eaten on the go, so a mobile kiosk aligns perfectly with our brand. This will only accelerate our growth as we welcome a new group of franchisees looking to enter the fast-casual industry."
Le Macaron was founded in 2009 by mother-daughter team Rosalie Guillem and Audrey Saba. It now has more than 50 cafés open as well as two mobile kiosks, in Sarasota and Pittsburgh. The brand began franchising in 2012.
The company sells more than 20 flavors of macarons in addition to seasonal flavors plus pastries, gelato, coffee, cakes and éclairs.