Corelife Eatery Secures Major Franchising Deal to Bolster Florida Presence

For CoreLife Eatery, an active lifestyle restaurant offering a variety of greens, grains and broth-based dishes, the future is looking bright in the Sunshine State.

CoreLife Eatery recently signed a 32 restaurant development agreement with The Jan Companies, a second-generation family business headquartered in Rhode Island.  The Jan Companies have an aggressive plan for opening restaurants in Florida, with the first eatery on track to open this August in the Carrollwood area of Tampa. Franchisee William Janikies and his family-owned operation have a proven record of franchising success and a history of building and bolstering brands like Burger King, Krispy Kreme, Popeye’s and more.

“The Jan Companies began with a single Burger King in 1969 and today operates 82 Burger King units nationwide. That’s the kind of tremendous success and growth we foresee coming from this partnership,” Janikies said. “There is endless potential with a brand like CoreLife Eatery, where the focus is on flavor and delivering fast, fresh, healthy food, and we’re excited to deliver it to communities across Florida.”

This agreement is in addition to two large development deals CoreLife Eatery has recently cemented in Cleveland, Ohio and Raleigh, North Carolina.

CoreLife Eatery, which offers a wide variety of fresh ingredients that are transformed into custom-created dishes, has experienced tremendous and rapid growth since opening its first restaurant in 2015. CoreLife Eatery currently has 27 operating eateries and is on track to open 300 restaurants within the next five years.

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