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(Freethink) Video Affordable, healthy, fast-food with an alternative franchise model challenging capitalist giants? It's more likely than you think   (freethink.com) divider line
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707 clicks; posted to Business » on 28 Jun 2022 at 11:55 PM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-06-28 10:21:09 PM  
Is the food any good?

/not crazy about the sliding price model
 
2022-06-29 12:11:09 AM  
Doing the Chick-Fil-A "low franchise fee, work your ass off" model, minus the religion, plus foundations investing in the community... hmm hmm.  But since it's healthy food, I probably won't like it.
 
2022-06-29 12:11:42 AM  

AlgaeRancher: Is the food any good?

/not crazy about the sliding price model


Don't most restaurants charge different prices based on location?
 
2022-06-29 1:18:15 AM  

ssaoi: AlgaeRancher: Is the food any good?

/not crazy about the sliding price model

Don't most restaurants charge different prices based on location?


$5 versus $9 depending on the neighborhood?
 
2022-06-29 2:23:30 AM  
Healthy fast food? Society really has slipped hasn't it?
 
2022-06-29 7:58:57 AM  

AlgaeRancher: ssaoi: AlgaeRancher: Is the food any good?

/not crazy about the sliding price model

Don't most restaurants charge different prices based on location?

$5 versus $9 depending on the neighborhood?


McDonalds charges .75 for an ice cream cone in one location and $1.75 in another in the same town.

Jack in the Box meals vary by as much $2 in the same town.

I was a secret shopper for many years. I would hit 5-20 restaurants a week. The price differences were a big surprise when I started. Sadly, the prices were usually higher on the poor sides of town.

Everytable price disparities seem higher than normal, I agree.  But seriously, all fast food does it.
 
2022-06-29 9:15:37 AM  

ssaoi: AlgaeRancher: ssaoi: AlgaeRancher: Is the food any good?

/not crazy about the sliding price model

Don't most restaurants charge different prices based on location?

$5 versus $9 depending on the neighborhood?

McDonalds charges .75 for an ice cream cone in one location and $1.75 in another in the same town.

Jack in the Box meals vary by as much $2 in the same town.

I was a secret shopper for many years. I would hit 5-20 restaurants a week. The price differences were a big surprise when I started. Sadly, the prices were usually higher on the poor sides of town.

Everytable price disparities seem higher than normal, I agree.  But seriously, all fast food does it.


I was in a Taco Bell and someone from corporate was there that day.  She asked me how things were, I said fine, but I have a question.   I asked why a bean burrito was so much more expensive at the TB across town, while it was reasonable at this one.  She said company owned stores tend to have standard prices, while franchisees largely set their own prices.
 
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