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Aloha Poke Co. Is Gaining Traction and Interest from New and Veteran Multi-Franchise Owners


The poke fast-casual food market has been gaining interest post-pandemic not only for its healthy, on-the-go food offerings but for franchisees looking to move from traditional concepts to more manageable and profitable pathways given today’s ongoing supply chain and labor issues. Chicago-based Aloha Poke Co. is leading the poke concept pack for the brand’s responsibly sourced menu and simple, efficient operations.




As the American mindset toward health and wellness continues to accelerate and fold into their daily lives, fast-casual eating is still a part of families’ weekly dining schedules. The difference is the stronger focus on eating healthy and re-thinking how people fuel their bodies with what they consume.


From a franchise opportunity perspective, Aloha Poke Co. is gaining traction and interest from new and veteran multi-franchise owners. The brand’s continued commitment to FDD transparency, sustainable food sourcing practices, and its franchise development support program features simple back-of-house operations, low food and labor cost requirements, and a stable distribution network despite recent supply chain issues.


What started as a  food hall location in downtown Chicago has grown to nearly 20 open locations in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Texas, Florida, Georgia, and Washington, D.C., and another 15-locations opening soon across the nation, Aloha Poke Co. continues to entice franchise restaurant investors who are drawn to the brand’s attractive initial capital requirements, unit economics, and appealing sales-to-investment figures.


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