Immediately Growing Spice & Tea Exchange Meets Customer Demand for Experiential Retail

Immediately Growing Spice & Tea Exchange Meets Customer Demand for Experiential Retail

Above all else, they dedicated to the quality of our products and
provide us with a superb service, sourcing and mixing trending and traditional teas”

“We decided to open a tea retail store because both
Merchant has every reason to believe 2019 will be momentous.

This fall will see
The St. Augustine, Florida-based firm now has 68 outlets.
She says that the gourmet
The marketplace for speciality shops and superior tea in the USA are
growing,” said Gagliardi, adding that their choice provides us with the
opportunity to richly socialize with our Portsmouth community and visitors
in way our workplace tasks didn’t.”

Nicole Gagliardi and her husband George Yovetich decided The Spice & Tea Exchange has been the best game for franchising their place in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Gagliardi

Downtown Portsmouth, NH. 21,000’s town was first settled in 1630. (Photo courtesy of The Spice & Tea Exchange)

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“Downtown Portsmouth has been missing a loose-leaf tea store,” observes Yovetich. “Our store has become a destination looking for high quality and exotic teas, as well as the growing number of people switching from coffee to tea. Our tea pub also provides residents and shoppers a place to purchase a cup of tea to enjoy. And with over 50 teas served warm or iced, it’s allowing our guests to try new flavors and develop their taste for a variety of teas,” he says.
Where tea shops that are other had neglected customer offerings through the addition of a tea bar, expanding its footprint and fulfilling customer demands. Each choice was added value, since the Spice & Tea Exchange reported $19 million as they head into the next quarter 22% before 2018, and sales growth continues.

Shuttered where competitors had. The franchise provides clients what other
tea shops couldn’t — it attracts guests and operated, according to CEO Amy Freeman. Stores are stocked with 140
spices, 85 exclusive hand-mixed blends, naturally-flavored sugars, over 40 exotic teas, salts from all over the Earth, gourmet
gifts and accessories. Typical is a blend of Oriental Dragonwell and Japanese sencha with mallow and cornflowers and rhubarb and strawberry flavorings, Mystic Dragon. The tea is served warm or iced.

George Yovetich and Nicole Gagliardi opened a Spice & Tea Exchange in New Hampshire”due to the opportunity to richly interact with our Portsmouth community and visitors in way our workplace tasks didn’t.”

Attractive experience for each and every client, resulting in happy franchise
owners,” explained Amschler. “Whether it’s teens falling in love with
tea for your very first time coming in to visit the tea bar, or even seasoned chefs
looking for a fresh spice mix to experiment with, our franchisees love
associating with The Spice & Tea Exchange’s diverse clients on a daily basis,”
he explained.

President of franchise operations & development anticipates,”By
year’s end, we will have a total of 75 locations, and be well on our way to
our aim of 100 open stores in 2020.”

The Spice & Tea Exchange (PRNewsfoto/The Spice & Tea Exchange)

Options to java and a memorable, experiential shopping experience are all on
the rise,” said Freeman. “We continue to meet that requirement by opening
new stores with enthusiastic and enthusiastic entrepreneurs throughout the nation.
Our franchise owners really make the difference,” she explained.

Exchange is currently looking ahead to 2020 with anticipation.

He notes that the brand is
More communities welcome The Spice & Tea Exchange locations;
stores can open in South Carolina, Michigan, Georgia,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Alabama and more.

“We provide an

Especially looking to grow with franchisees that have a passion for crafting a client experience that is one-of-a-kind in California, Arizona and Georgia.

When the brand saw sales numbers the choice to go into shopping malls was warranted during the holiday season, writes Freeman.
Martin Amschler vice
The organization, founded in 2008, is intent on opening stores