Sawsan Abublan has been featured in FemFounder December issue

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FemFounder – In this fast interview Sawsan Abublan talks about:

  • What inspired her to start Shawarma Press
  • How did she come up with the concept
  • What were the first steps she took
  • What are the  core values that our Mediterranean Food franchise follows and more

Read more: https://www.femfounder.co/femfounderstories/explore-your-options-and-be-as-certain-as-possible-your-idea-is-validated-with-sawsan-abublan

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Shawarma Press Franchise

Shawarma Press Franchise

Shawarma Press® is the shawarma franchise proud to present the authentic taste of Mediterranean food. It's a fresh, healthy food franchise, in its most flavorful form!

Our QSR franchise team is on a mission to share compelling flavors and offer you a chance to bring them to a location near you! Let's meet our team now.

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