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September/October 2017 Special Franchise Focus

Special Franchise Focus: Seniors, Health & Fitness Franchises

While many Canadians aren’t meeting the recommended physical activity levels or eating the required nutrients outlined in Canada’s Food Guide, more and more are looking to change this by focusing on wellness and adopting a healthy outlook. As a result, franchise brands are stepping up to the plate to provide nutritious ingredients and meal options to eat at home or on the go, along with unique and entertaining avenues to help fitness-focused Canucks get the amount of exercise they need.

Canadian demographics are also changing, with more seniors (age 65 and older) in the population than those 14 and younger for the first time. This demographic shift is creating demand for specialized products and service that cater to older Canadians. Luckily, franchise systems and their franchisees are prepared to help. From medical and non-medical in-home care to services that help seniors maintain mobility, proper nutrition, and independence, franchises assisting the growing senior population in Canada provide a variety of services as diverse as the demographic they serve.

Learn more about top franchise systems that are catering toward healthy living for all Canadians, from the youngest to the oldest generations:

Seniors, Health & Fitness Franchises

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Special Franchise Focus: Seniors, Health & Fitness Franchises

While many Canadians aren’t meeting the recommended physical activity levels or eating the required nutrients outlined in Canada’s Food Guide, more and more are looking to change this by focusing on wellness and adopting a healthy outlook. As a result, franchise brands are stepping up to the plate to provide nutritious ingredients and meal options to eat at home or on the go, along with unique and entertaining avenues to help fitness-focused Canucks get the amount of exercise they need.

Canadian demographics are also changing, with more seniors (age 65 and older) in the population than those 14 and younger for the first time. This demographic shift is creating demand for specialized products and service that cater to older Canadians. Luckily, franchise systems and their franchisees are prepared to help. From medical and non-medical in-home care to services that help seniors maintain mobility, proper nutrition, and independence, franchises assisting the growing senior population in Canada provide a variety of services as diverse as the demographic they serve.

Learn more about top franchise systems that are catering toward healthy living for all Canadians, from the youngest to the oldest generations:

Seniors, Health & Fitness Franchises