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Tuttie Frutti
Friday, March 01, 2013

TUTTIE Fruity is now open for franchising all over Fiji Islands. The total setup cost varies from $50,000 to complete setup of $200,000. Just to show the profitability of the business Tuttie Fruity Nadi from August—December 2012 has made $146,890 in total sales.

We are in the process to partner with Ministry of Health in promoting healthy lifestyle and Ministry of Agriculture for local fruits and vegetables and in relation to build a network Tuttie Fruity has planned to open 10 outlets nationwide.

All menu training, staff recruitments assessments, visibility studies, shop designs and supply of raw materials- from the vacant space till the operation of the shop will work hand in hand to create attractive setups.

We are only offering one outlet per town so hurry and be a part of Tuttie Fruity Team—a leading healthy Bar in Fiji.

Tutttie Fruity offers its patrons the finest and fresh hot and cold beverages, specialising in specialty cold coffees, blended teas, fresh juice, freshly blended fruit 'smoothies' and other custom drinks. In addition, TF offers fresh fruits, fresh fruit salads and seasonally available fruits.

TF has added beverages such as milk shakes, frozen yogurt, fruit shakes, frozen coffees and short orders like sandwich, burgers, pizza and more.


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