Edible Arrangements

When Judy Annunziata purchased her first Edible Arrangements franchise in 2006, she never expected that some day she would be a face of the franchise. But that's exactly what will happen beginning May 21 when the New York-based Annunziata is featured in the latest, whimsical "World...

Edible Arrangements franchises have been popping up across North America at an average of one a week since the first of the year, with more than 20 new locations opening for business through the end of April.

The growth pace...

Edible Arrangements, the pioneer and leader in hand-sculpted, fresh-fruit arrangements, announced today that same-store sales for the first quarter are up 11 percent over the same quarter last year. 

The chain has now experienced positive comp sales for more than 11 consecutive years...

Edible Arrangements, the pioneer and leader in hand-sculpted, fresh-fruit arrangements, has expanded its international presence to China with the opening of its first store in Beijing located at the new Galleria Shopping Center, ShuguangXili Jia5#, Chaoyang District. To celebrate this...

Edible Arrangements announced that it has opened its first store in Mumbai, India. Last year, Hiten Bajaj, Avinash Khemani, and Ishna Batra signed a Master Franchisee agreement for the development of 20 units throughout the Republic of India. With this opening, Edible Arrangements is now...

Edible Arrangements is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its first franchise location, which opened in Waltham, Massachusetts, in August 2001. Positioning itself for growth for the next 10 years and beyond, the company announced the promotion of several key leaders to its executive management...

Edible Arrangements is ramping up its growth across the globe and, in the meantime, increasing its focus on its Edible to Go quick-serve option.

The Wallingford, Connecticut–based company, which became well known for its fruit arrangements after it launched in 1999, is aiming to...

Master franchisee agreement calls for 20 units throughout India in next four years; first set to open by the end of this year in Mumbai.