Boston, MA--(Marketwire) - UFood Restaurant Group, Inc. (OTCBB: UFFC), an operator of "better-for-you" fast-casual restaurants, hired F.C. Dadson of Greenville, Wisconsin to handle their new store build-outs. F.C. Dadson is the leader in store builds-outs for the Franchise Industry. They're a 20-year-old company that currently works with over 50 of the top Franchises in the country such as Submarina, Swoozies, Tropical City Smoothie, Village Coffee and Weight Watchers.
Known for their "Store-in-a-Box" approach, they fabricate components in their plant and ship to the location for easy installation. The service encompasses architectural drawings, general contracting, permitting and supply side items such as custom millwork, graphics and equipment. UFood Grill expects build-out costs for new stores could result in construction savings of as much as $100,000 per unit.
George Naddaff, CEO, said, "This will enable our franchisees to focus on hiring the right people and marketing their businesses instead of spending valuable time building out their stores." Naddaff also said, "F.C. Dadson will help speed up the process of getting our stores opened around the country."
UFood Grill takes a back-to-basics approach to tasty, healthful cooking, where everything served is high quality and guests are encouraged to make dining choices that work for their life and the way they like to eat. The UFood Restaurant Group was founded by George Naddaff, best known for his role as founder of Boston Chicken (now Boston Market), Living and Learning Schools, and Mulberry Childcare Centers.
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