Riverford Organic Farmers(franchise for sale in Worthing)
- Location(s): Worthing
- Selling price:£47,500
Riverford Organic franchise for sale –
Riverford Organic grows and delivers award-winning fresh organic fruit and veg boxes straight from the farm to homes around the UK.
Riverford Organic franchise delivers fresh organic produce to local people by the most direct route possible. Having won a multitude of awards including the Observer ethical product of the decade 2015, Riverford Organic is a full member of the British Franchise Association.
The Worthing Franchise is a fantastic opportunity to invest in a well-established business, which was opened by the current owners in 2004. The customer base has proven to be exceptionally loyal and engaged. This provides a strong foundation to develop the business further.
The territory operates along the south coast, from Lancing to Selsey, and incorporates Worthing, Bognor Regis and Arundel. There’s a good road network, and all delivery rounds benefit from close proximity to the major A roads in the region. The business has a good balance of urban (high round density) and rural (generally high spend) demographics.
There are plenty of opportunities throughout the year to grow the existing customer base utilising Riverford’s proven marketing strategies. The local food culture is strong, with the region boasting many food shows and events ideally suited to Riverford marketing, such as the Worthing Food Festival, Chilli Festival, East Preston Food Festival, the Food and Folk Festival, and many other local artisan markets.
The collection hub is located in Warninglid and is shared with 3 other franchisees, giving you the chance to engage and share ideas with neighbouring franchise owners and their drivers.
This territory offers a great opportunity to run a well-established and ethical franchise in a sector that’s currently growing at 7.1%*.
*Soil Association organic market report 2017
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