Sandella's Flatbread Listed On Franchise 500 Listing
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Sandella's Flatbread Listed On Franchise 500 Listing

January 15, 2008 // Franchising.com // West Redding, CT, — Sandella's Flatbread, the largest and fastest growing flatbread concept in the world made its first appearance on Entrepreneur Magazine's Franchise 500 listing. In this year's ranking, Sandella's is listed among prominent restaurant franchises such as Subway, McDonalds, zpizza and the Firkin Group of Pubs.

"Entrepreneur Magazine's Franchise 500 is one of the most well-known and respected rankings in the franchising industry," says Mike Stimola, Sandella's President. "We are honored to be a part of the listing and look forward to many more years alongside the best in the industry."

Sandella's incorporates the hottest trends in the fast casual segment, offering consumers fresh, hot and healthy menu items such as grilled paninis, sandwiches, grilled flatbreads and quesadillas—all made with their own delicious flatbread which is kosher and fat free. Already ahead of its time, Sandella's is trans-fat free and listed in the Weight Watchers Points Guide.

The company has over 125 locations open in states such as Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, New York, Texas and Virginia. Restaurants average 1,000-1,500 square feet and seat 30 to 40 guests.

Prime franchise territory is still available across the nation. If you are interested in franchising with Sandella's please visit www.sandellas.com or contact Katie Magers at 214-520-7152 or katiem@fransmart.com

About Sandella's Flatbread:
Listed in Fast Casual's Top 400 and named the seventh fastest growing concept according to Restaurant Business Magazine, Sandella's Flatbread is a branded fast casual restaurant concept with high quality, great tasting, products that are easy to execute—everything on the menu is made in four steps or less.

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