Own a Chop Stop Salad Franchise in Salem

Let me take a wild guess. You’re looking to own a franchise? Well, Oregon is a leader in the Green Revolution, so why wouldn’t Salem embrace a salad franchise? Seriously, everybody is eating healthier these days – even millennials. Might as well take advantage of it, right?

Maybe you’ve been thinking about a healthy food franchise, or maybe you just want the freedom of owning your own place. Why not both? We’re not the kind of people who throw boring graphs and charts at you, but studies show the younger generation (yeah, those kids we’d all like flocking to our businesses) are as likely to choose a salad as a pizza or burger. Go figure. So we’ve reinvented the fast food franchise concept by offering a unique alternative. Chopped Salads. 


Yep, that’s right. Kids from 8 to 80 are loving ‘em. But we’re not talking about wimpy salads here, we’re dishing out hearty meals. One full pound of nutritious yum-yum. They’re chopped so fine you’ll be tempted to eat them with a spoon.  In case you haven’t seen the annual reports from those burger franchises, grease is out, healthy food is in. It’s a culinary explosion, and chopped salads are poised to go viral faster than a yoga cat video, so Chop Stop makes for a tempting restaurant franchise.

You may have picked Salem because of price considerations. That’s what we like about you. You’re a smart business person. Cheap food franchises are a good choice in towns with 400,000 hungry residents.  Leases are lower, but the market’s still there. But we make the math even easier.

 Our Chop Stop franchises cost less and they’re a lot simpler to get going than the average franchise. If you’ve been paying attention, we do salads, Chopped Salads. That means we don’t cook anything, so there’s no expensive kitchen equipment, no grease traps, no hassle. Our concept is simple, cheap, and good.

Okay, now let’s talk about running a restaurant. We know you have plenty of other things you can do in Eugene, like hiking, and skiing, and river rafting. Part of owning your own business is making your own hours. Duh, we get it. So we make everything as simple as possible. If we truly learn from our mistakes, then we’re the Einsteins of the salad biz. We’ve learned a lot from our journey, and sometimes if feels like we’ve been shooting the rapids on the McKenzie River.  


Whoo-Hoo! So we transfer that knowledge to you through our comprehensive 6-week training course. In the classroom, you’ll learn how to keep the books, market your store, and handle the occasional obnoxious customers (hey, it happens). On the training floor, you’ll learn how to chop salads, mix up the ingredients, and survive the lunch rush. Now that can be as exhilarating as a wild white water rafting trip.

If things start getting overwhelming, you can always check yourself into the State Hospital in Salem where they filmed “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” but our Salad Gang will stand by you to make sure that doesn’t happen. When you open a Chop Salad franchise, we’ll stick with you every step of the way. 

First, we’ll help your find a good location at a good price with our real estate experts, then when you’re done training and you’ve opened your doors, we’ll keep in touch to make sure your business blossoms like the rhododendron garden in Hendricks Park.

Salem really is a good choice. It’s a great community, and it hosts the Oregon State Fair and many other festivals that draw salad-eating patrons from the entire state. So, when you’re ready to get involved with a low cost franchise in Oregon, fill out the form on this page and someone will be in touch. Hopefully, it will be one of us and not some robo-call, because we don’t want you to miss a franchise opportunity to make a healthy city even healthier.




There’s no reason to wait, no obligation, and literally nothing to lose!

Take your first step down the road to becoming a Chop Stop salad franchisee today, while most territories are still open. Fill out the form below and someone will contact you ASAP. Or call (818) 369-7350 and ask to speak with a franchise salesperson.