Charlotte’s Black Woman Owned Peach Cobbler Factory Opens for Business
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Charlotte’s Black Woman Owned Peach Cobbler Factory Opens for Business

March 19, 2022
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Freedom Nation Co-Founder, Kareema Hunter, is building a network of restaurants of the future.  The Peach Cobbler Factory is opening several stores in the Charlotte region but your first chance to try it starts this weekend in South End. The Nashville-based dessert chain’s first-ever ghost kitchen will open Sunday at South End Eats at 500 W. Summit Ave., franchise co-owner Kareema Hunter said. The store will offer delivery within a 5-mile radius through third-party apps, plus pickup with ordering online or at a kiosk on-site for walk-ins, Hunter said. A catering package, currently under development, is expected to launch April 1, Hunter said. Hunter and franchise partner Vincent Montgomery will open four stores in the Charlotte area. She said they hope to open the first one by summer. Rather than being delayed finding locations or by construction, Hunter said they decided to test the ghost kitchen concept. “While getting the first store open, this gives people in Charlotte a chance to try Peach Cobbler Factory,” said Greg George, co-owner of PCF Franchise LLC. “Its a Southern brand and people in the South like cobbler.”

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Faruq Hunter http://www.freedomnation.me

Faruq Hunter is the founder of the Freedom Nation, an aspiring international network of smart eco-villages, sustainable farms, homesteads and Fab Labs that serve as self-sustaining communities for pioneering makers and innovators trying to fix the world's greatest problems. For more than two decades, he has travelled and worked in over 80 countries, servicing both the public and private sectors

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