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CEO Tariq Farid

I Have Just Returned From Muscat,Oman

Posted  October 5th, 2011  by  Tariq Farid

I have just returned from Muscat, the capital city of Oman where I met AlShaima our franchisee in the newest country to introduce Edible Arrangements. It’s always exciting to add another country to the growing lists of places where Edible Arrangements can touch people’s lives, but I was so impressed with AlShaima I couldn’t wait […]

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Making arrangements to grow

Posted  October 4th, 2011  by  Joel Kal

When Tariq Farid founded Edible Arrangements in 1999, he viewed the idea of edible fruit arrangements as an opportunity to combine his experience in technology and retail with an untapped market space with little competition. (Source:  http://www.sbnonline.com/2011/09/making-arrangements-to-grow/) Leaving the floral business, Farid started Edible Arrangements as a 600-square-foot store. “Most of the people told us […]

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I Never Expected It to Turn Out This Way

Posted  September 26th, 2011  by  Tariq Farid

I never expected it to turn out this way. I never expected Edible Arrangements to become an international brand with over 1,000 stores across the world in only ten short years. I didn’t know that by fulfilling my own dream of starting a business I would one day be able to fulfill that same dream […]

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Faith in Franchising

Posted  September 22nd, 2011  by  Tariq Farid

In 2010 Faith joined the Edible Arrangements Franchise System with the Anaheim, CA store. She has a genuine passion for business and recognizes the strong support she receives from her team of Fruit Experts, Roger, Justine and Kyle. Faith has recently added a second store to her enterprise located at 970 N Tustin Street in […]

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On the Road with Franchisees

Posted  September 12th, 2011  by  Tariq Farid

People love to watch the TV show “Undercover Boss” and see how CEOs act when they are out in the field incognito. I could never be a part of that show, because I’m never undercover – I go on the road meeting and visiting with franchisees all the time. It’s one of the most enjoyable […]

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