Bruegger’s Bagels FDD Summary
Type of Business
Bruegger’s franchises offer freshly-baked bagels, baked goods, coffee, cream cheese, sandwiches soups, salads and other food and beverage items to the public for carry-out and/or consumption on the premises. A Bruegger’s Bakery may be either a full-size Bakery-cafe (with seating capacity and on-site baking facilities) or a Kiosk (a limited-service facility typically without seating or on-site baking capability). Franchises are offered only to individuals and companies who will commit to develop a minimum number of outlets.
Bruegger’s Franchise Corporation is a Delaware corporation, originally incorporated on March 11, 1992. They do business under the names “Bruegger’s” and “Bruegger’s Bagels.” Their principal place of business is at 159 Bank Street, Burlington, Vermont 05401.
The total investment necessary to begin operation of a Bruegger’s Bakery-cafe is $389,600 to $591,600. This includes $33,600 that must be paid to the franchisor and its affiliate. The total investment necessary to begin operation of a Kiosk is $144,600 to $349,600. This includes $18,600 that must be paid to the franchisor and its affiliate.