Acai Brothers Franchises Available in South Australia

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Searching for a new Acai Brothers Franchisee to join our ever growing family. We currently have an amazing opportunity available for a store in Glenelg!

Location Details

A stunning brand new store, situated in a high foot traffic zone, for a fantastic rental price & incentives. Own your own superfood bar in beautiful Glenelg!

Marketing support

24/7 marketing support and store branding. Training on connecting with your community, local businesses and social media.

Training provided

Both individual and staff training provided. Non-stop support and guidance throughout franchise term.


No previous skills or experience in food or hospitality needed. A background in basic business is suggested, however not a requirement.

Length of Agreement

5 year average Franchise agreement.

About the Opportunity

Acai Brothers is a Superfood Bar that started operation in Brisbane Australia in 2014. Created by two best mates Ben Day and Sam Carson, Acai Brothers brings an easily accessible, fast, healthy, raw and vegan friendly food option to the public. Specialising in Acai Bowls, Smoothies, Juices, Raw Treats and Coffee, you will be given the opportunity to run your own small business in one of the fastest growing industries in the world.

Catering for both men and women who are looking for an easy, convenient and healthy way to eat out, Acai Brothers has provided people with a fast food take on raw food. Known for their cheeky in the raw marketing techniques, the Acai Brothers Franchise is quickly becoming a household brand in the ever-popular food industry.

An affordable and simple investment to set up with amazing territory opportunities available, enquire today and find out how you can join the brotherhood!

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