The Nature of Freshness: Sansai Fresh Grill & Sushi Kitchen

SanSai™ Fresh Grill & Sushi Kitchen is uniquely poised in the franchise industry to be known and recognized as the defining standard for the best tasting, highest quality, most convenient and freshest concept in Japanese fusion quick-casual cuisine – they ARE “the nature of freshness.”  Since 2001, SanSai has grown to more than 20 locations in the Southern California area, with a few locations in other states. Their ‘nature of freshness’ also applies to their ability to ‘stay fresh’ in an ever-changing franchise industry. With their fresh approach, and their solid support system, SanSai is truly the franchise opportunity of choice!

What They Offer:

  • A taste experience that redefines “the nature of freshness”
  • A great setting in a relaxing and enjoyable environment
  • Fresh meals prepared while you wait
  • Marketing support
  • Incredible service by staff that is passionate about a fantastic guest experience
  • Fast-Casual environment
  • A corporate support and training team with years of experience in the franchise industry
  • Single and Multi-Units available

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Wendy’s to Use More Humane Animal Treatment Practices

Wendy’s, which has just ousted Burger King as the number two burger chain in the country, has announced that they are now using more humane animal treatment practices. Their major chicken supplier, OK Foods, has begun using a system called LAPS, which renders the chickens unconscious before being processed by the workers. The industry standard prior to this was killing the chickens by electroshock.

Wendy’s is also encouraging other chains to follow suit, especially with the elimination of pork gestation stalls (which are very tiny and render the animal practically immobile), which McDonalds said it would phase out last month. PETA calls these moves “encouraging.” With all this good press, it might be time to start your own restaurant franchise like Wendy’s.