Roy Gilad and Tara Gilad, a pair of successful business owners, founded Vitality Bowls in 2011 in San Ramon, California. The duo started the superfood café concept together as a result of discovering their daughter's severe food allergies and wanting to find healthy, safe food alternatives.
Since franchising began in 2014, the brand has seen significant growth with more than 40 cafés open and in development. Today, Vitality Bowls is redefining the fast casual healthy food restaurant sector every day at each of its locations across the country.
We created this company because of our strong commitment to bring health and wellness to every community across the country through fresh, high-quality superfoods. This philosophy has guided everything we do and we hope to instill the same health-minded values to your employees and customers.
Why Our Franchise?
For you, the franchise model offers some interesting benefits. As noted by the U.S. Department of Commerce, less than 5% of all franchise outlets fail each year. The franchise industry maintained consistent growth, even through the recession. The 800,000 franchise businesses in the U.S. generate approximately $1.5 trillion in economic output.
These achievements of the franchise model are generally achieved via a strong level of support from a corporate office. At Vitality Bowls, we provide support in identifying the right location, helping you construct the perfect café, extensive initial training and then of course, ongoing support to ensure you have every opportunity to succeed.
The demand for our products is huge, and continues to grow by the day. The world is in need of healthier food options, that don't taste like rabbit food. Subsequently, our goal is to deliver our delicious superfoods in every market possible.
Our belief is that in order to duplicate the success we have experienced with our open Vitality Bowls locations, we need partners who are passionate about living a healthy lifestyle and have aspirations to help improve the health of the people in their communities. We need people who have a direct connection with their stores and their customers. For this reason, the franchise model makes complete sense for us.