It’s a tale of the haves and have nots. Many restaurant brands are finding themselves caught between two prevailing franchising trends — the availability of single-unit franchisees, which can be successful, but lead to slower growth, and the difficulty in reaching mega operators currently dominating the space, who promise speedy development. “There doesn’t seem to be a middle class of franchisee anymore,” said Jennifer Durham, vice president of franchise ...

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