Own your own coffeehouse

Three reasons to own a Good Earth Coffeehouse:

Invest in yourself.

Is it time to invest in your dreams? We’re passionate about what we do and want to share it with you. Invest in your own dream, and we will fuel it with our expertise and experience.

Make work a labour of love.

It feels good to love your work. You have a passion and know how to work hard. We have a time-tested coffeehouse concept. And we support you with what you need – location, lease, design, construction, training, systems, ongoing marketing and support. You bring the love!

Connect with your community.

Open your coffeehouse and greet your community. Good Earth Coffeehouses are great gathering places, where doing good is good for the community. You can be at the centre of it all, creating community experiences of your own.

The franchise journey
Every journey starts with a first step. With us it’s as easy as saying hello. Get in touch with us to learn about Good Earth opportunities.
We’ll share plenty of information with you, including which opportunity is a good match for you.
Talk with our franchise advisor and get your questions answered. Do your homework, talk to your friends and advisors. Think about your future.
Move forward into disclosure with a refundable deposit. We’ll share more detailed information which will help you decide if owning your own Good Earth Coffeehouse is right for you.
We secure your new coffeehouse location and you become a Good Earth franchisee. It’s the beginning of a beautiful relationship.

Locations available

We have locations all across Canada! From stand alone locations to kiosks and coffeehouses within Indigo and Chapters stores. View all of our current opportunities to find a location near you.

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