While studying in Norway, college student Dan Sterling got his first taste of European bread. Sterling returned to the United States and graduated from Harvard Business School before starting his own company. But he never lost his love of bread, and after volunteering to help a local bakery with its accounting, he decided to launch a bakery of his own. He opened the first Breadsmith location in 1993, and the company began franchising in 1994.
The investment required to open a Breadsmith Franchise is between $217,500-$416,000. There is an initial franchise fee of $30,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the Breadsmith name.
Breadsmith: Artisan Bread Franchise Makes Good Dough
I was in Cranford one recent evening, discussing dinner alternatives with my friend Kathy. When we walked by Breadsmith, the smell of fresh-baked bread hit me so hard, I turned and walked into a shop I'd never heard of. As is so often the case with Taste of NJ finds, I just got lucky; Breadsmith ...
Voted Best Bread By Springfield! Magazine
The Breadsmith bakery, which now also distributes through Harter House Markets, repeated as the readers' favorite bread producer well ahead of even the combined votes cast for Panera Bread and St. Louis Bread Company – now one and the same – as well as other runnersup J. Parrino's, Aunt Martha's, Ol...
The Wicked Hop Builds The World's Largest Reuben Sandwich
On March 17, 2006, The Wicked Hop bar and restaurant will build the world's largest Reuben sandwich, using an 100-pound loaf of Breadsmith Traditional Rye bread as one of the main ingredients. The Reuben is a combination of corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing on Breadsmith's T...
People On The Move
Tim Malouf is the new president of Breadsmith Franchising, Inc., the Whitefish Bay-based owner of retail bakery stores. A native of New London, Malouf, 34, joined the company about a month after it was founded in 1993. He once managed Breadsmith's first store, on North Downer Avenue, on Milwaukee...
Breakfast Treat's Good All Day
Old-fashioned coffeecakes are sweet, rich and crumbly. Most have a mixture of cinnamon and chopped nuts in the batter or used as a topping. Sour cream is often a key ingredient, too. And just as the name indicates, coffeecakes nicely complement a cup of coffee. But that's not all, folks! Michael ...
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10% of all franchisees own more than one unit
Number of employees needed to run franchised unit: 20
Absentee ownership of franchise is NOT allowed. (100% of current franchisees are owner/operators)
How much money you could make as a Breadsmith Franchise owner depends on a wide variety of factors. As a business owner, your primary goals are to strive for high sales while keeping your operating costs as low as possible while still maintaining quality products and service. The monthly operating costs that you will incur as a Breadsmith Franchise owner may include royalty fees, rent or mortgage, staffing, products, supplies, utilities, administrative costs and other things. Although your monthly operating costs may vary from month to month, your start up costs are typically fixed and they will cover the majority of your initial operating equipment, signage, and renovations.
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409 E. Silver Spring Dr.
Whitefish Bay, WI