Plant&Co Using Proven Blueprint From Top Companies To Disrupt $85 Billion Market

By Jason Eckerman



Blueprint For Success

In this booming $85 billion market, one small company is adopting a proven blueprint to help overtake their competitors.

It’s a business model used by some of the most iconic brands in North America like McDonalds, Burger King, and 7-Eleven.

So while this company’s competitors are spending tens of millions to build out brick and mortar locations…

Plant&Co has brought in a unique business model that helps them dramatically cut capital commitments.

That gives them a proven roadmap to multiply their business many, many times quicker…

And they’re doing it with the help of the best in the industry.

iFranchise is responsible for helping put this model in place for some of the top 100 franchises in the world.

That’s why Entrepreneur Magazine recently recognized them as the best overall in franchise consulting and development.

By turning to the proven franchise model, Plant&Co would be able to rapidly expand with new locations across the continent with franchisees covering much of the costs.

That’s a huge advantage over many of their competitors who are ramping slowly as they foot the bill themselves.

And just like iFranchise vetted McDonalds, Burger King, Chevron, Ace Hardware, HoneyBaked Ham, and even Ford before agreeing to work with them…

Plant&Co had to pass through the same rigorous standards to work together with this top franchising organization.

That should give investors all the confidence they need that Plant&Co is building on something special.

Now, they’re excited to help deliver a proven model unlike any other company in the plant-based food industry.

And the upside is incredible for Plant&Co with this innovative model.

It would allow the company to earn over 5% on the topline revenue of whatever each location brings in…

Plus, it delivers a $30,000 to $35,000 licensing fee for each location every year.

That’s guaranteed revenue that Plant&Co can count on year after year, whereas some competitors are putting down up to $2 million of their own money to add a new location with no guarantees.

And it’s happening after Plant&Co is already starting to take off at a blinding pace.

They recently acquired the brand Yamchops just 2 months ago.

The vegan butcher shop is building its reputation on its wide selection of over 48 different plant-based meats including chicken, pork, fish, steak, and other tasty vegan food products.

Get our exclusive report on why Plant&Co’s proven roadmap could deliver them a huge win in this projected $85 billion industry.

And over just the last couple of months, they’ve already opened up a second location in Montreal.

Their goal is to have up to 18 locations by the end of 2021.

That could easily add over a half million dollars to their bottom line even before you take into account their share of each location’s revenue.

The demand for those wanting to start their own Yamchops locations has been incredible too.

They’ve already got a list of 260 people interested, and the list just keeps growing.

That’s because compared to the $250,000 or more it may cost to start a franchise with other companies in the industry, Plant&Co offers a much lower entry price.

For between $120,000 and $140,000 per year, this offers franchisees all the resources they need to start a thriving business, including:

  • Architectural/construction renderings

  • Systems manuals and training programs

  • Proprietary plant-based food products and recipes

  • Strategic retail sales strategies

Many of those interested are located in the United States, which would help this Canadian company continue to grow their footprint across North America.

Yamchops locations have already popped up all across the Miami Boardwalk.

That’s where beachgoers can pop in to enjoy ready-made sandwiches with a healthy alternative after a fun day out in the sun.

But that’s just one piece of the equation that has helped this plant-based darling expand so quickly.

Making Major Moves


Plant&Co has been growing at an incredible pace this past year because of the best-in-class businesses they’re partnering up with and acquiring.

For example, Yamchops has been in the business for around 10 years in Toronto, and they’ve even been featured on Dragon’s Den, Canada’s equivalent of the hit show Shark Tank.

Even during the pandemic, Yamchops has seen their digital sales explode for 689% growth.

But they’re not the only brand that’s been seeing major success under the Plant&Co umbrella.

Holy Crap cereal has also been on a tear, as sales are expected to double in 2021.

That’s because they’ve been increasing their distribution with major retail stores like Highland Farms…

And it’s even available at Whole Foods locations all across Canada now.

Plus, now Plant&Co just announced they’ll be partnering up with Grande Cheese, a Toronto-based retail grocery chain.

Through this partnership, they plan to deliver a new line of vegan cheeses, bread, dough, and other plant-based specialty foods.

This could be a major deal in distributing their products to more people across the region and adding yet another quality plant-based item to the shelves at Yamchops locations.

It could be a massive step toward taking Plant&Co to the next level over the next 12 months.

At the moment, Plant&Co appears to be extremely undervalued at a modest market cap of just $12 million.

Compare that to Tattooed Chef, another big player in the plant-based foods industry, which boasts a market cap of $1.6 billion.

Given the incredible opportunity available in this projected $85 billion market, Plant&Co could multiply their business many times over in the next year and still have room to grow.

Plus, they’re branching out into a number of exciting new verticals.

That includes partnering with Sire Bioscience to create a new plant-based line of athlete-focused restorative powders.

And they’re also set to enter the plant-based pet food space, which could be one of the highest growth areas of all.

That’s because this industry has boomed recently as more folks are spending time at home with their pets during the pandemic.

Now, considering the number of partnerships, acquisitions, and joint ventures they’ve taken on recently, it’s clear that their pace is quickening.

With plans to launch up to 18 new stores by the end of the year, now is the time when investors should be paying close attention to Plant&Co.

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