Graze Craze is the hot new franchise opportunity just launched by United Franchise Group (UFG) and CEO Ray Titus. According to UFG “Graze Craze is the innovator in an attractive food trend sweeping the nation known as ‘Grazing’. Grazing allows people the flexibility to eat an entire meal or small portions of food during the course of the day.”

Americans have a new style of eating and Graze Craze is your chance to be one of the innovaters. What is the Grazing Style of Eating? UFG states “The grazing style of eating provides you and your guests with a diverse meal plan in the form of a charcuterie style grazing box, platter or table that meets the individual needs and wants of everyone’s personal palette and diet, in relation to those who may have special health or medical eating requirements.”

In other words, no matter what one needs or want, the Graze Craze charcuterie box or platter provides it. Charcuterie will make everyone’s dreams come true.

In this Graze Craze Franchise Review, Unhappy Franchisee publisher Sean Kelly provides the first-ever review. Kelly goes on-location in Lancaster County, PA to interview grazing experts and advocates. From his underground bunker at the legendary IdeaFarm, Kelly provides a lively and spirited no-nonsense review of the Graze Craze Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) and Franchise Agreement (FA).

United Franchise Group (FDD), founded by Servant Management Icon Ray Titus, son of Franchise Rule Slayer Roy Titus, is the power-seller of such brands as Signarama (formerly Speedee Sign*A*Rama), Fully Promoted (formerly EmbroidMe), Experimax (formerly Experimac) and Supergreen Solutions (formerly not insolvent), and many brands that formerly existed (Billboard Connection, IZON Global Media, Plan Ahead Events).

This review is part of the Behind The Curtain: United Franchise Group web series. For more information, visit UnhappyFranchisee.Com

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