Harvard Crimson:

b.good, a Boston burger chain with a location on Dunster Street in Harvard Square, announced on Wednesday that it would begin to franchise later this year.

The burger restaurant originally opened eight years ago as a healthy alternative to traditional fast food restaurants.
At the time, co-owners Anthony S. Ackil ’99 and Jon J. Olinto wanted to reinvent fast food with fresh and healthy ingredients to fill a niche in the market for food “made by people, not factories.”

Ackil and Olinto hope to sell two franchises and open at least one new branch before the end of the year. Read on…

Originally posted by Mark on March 26, 2012 in Franchise Site.

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