Finally! Planet Sub is now franchising!
Much like our many sandwich options, we know that you have many franchise options. So, why open a Planet Sub? Our customers would respond with “it’s simply the best food, period!” While that is a great reason, it’s not the best reason. We believe that we have a truly unique and untouchable value proposition for our customers, and it’s something that spells success for our franchisees as well… our BREAD!
We make bread from scratch every day, at every location. No other sub concept has committed to making bread this way. Nobody! Is it because no one cares? Of course not, the word “Fresh” has become as commonplace as the word “groovy” at a Grateful Dead show! With so much attention and emphasis on “fresh” food, why is it that other sub-concepts are content with serving frozen par-baked bread rolls? Ask anyone about Planet Sub’s homemade bread, however, and they’re liable to start salivating! Simply put, we are known for our bread!
Is it a labor of love? Yes. Does it require additional real estate space to allow for a mixer? Yes. Does it take a lot of time and energy? You betcha. But can you taste the difference? Abso-freakin’-lutely, it’s what drives people back through our doors every single day; it’s been that way for 13 years.
And we don’t stop there!
We also slice the meats and cheeses by hand in the store, we make our guacamole from scratch, we slice cucumbers, tomatoes, mushrooms, green and red bell peppers, we even marinate our 5-grain Tempeh and bake it fresh for those looking for vegetarian options. We use high-grade pesto, meatballs, and even prepare fresh portobello mushrooms daily. Even our sauces are made from scratch using our signature recipes. Essentially, we make everything sensible from scratch each day at each store. This is something that makes our employees proud of what they do, and invites them to participate in the brand. It’s a flashback to a time when food was prepared with passion, and served with pride. In today’s fast-paced atmosphere, where even the food we eat seems to be mass produced by machines, Planet Sub represents more than just good food; it’s a break from the fake, and one you can taste!