Oast House Farm Snacks

Contact details

Member - Associate
Business to Business
Matthew Simmonds
Oast House Farm Snacks  
01444 471752
21c Morehouse Farm Business Centre, Ditchling Road,, Wivelsfield, West Sussex, RH17 7RE, United Kingdom

About Oast House Farm Snacks

Oast House Farm SnacksCompany Overview

Oast House Farm Snacks deliver snack boxes into the workplace, based on an honesty box system. Working within the charity-related business sector, our snack boxes contain a range of carefully selected products which offer customers quality and value for money.

Our key marketing point focuses on supporting local hospices and our national children’s charity. The benefit of this is that people know someone first- or second-hand who has needed the support of a local hospice or understand the good work our nominated children’s charity does.

This has been a great success which enables us to further spread the Oast House Farm Snacks brand across the country, helping other hospices and charities fundraise for their services in local communities.

Franchise Overview

Oast House Farm Snacks now has 30 franchisees across the UK and Northern Ireland and plan to expand to 80 over the coming years.

Key Information

  • Network Size: 30 units
  • Franchise Type: Opportunity for both management and job
  • Typical Start-up Cost: £3,700
  • Minimum Personal Investment: £3,700
  • Franchise Location: Home/Van-based
  • Market: B2B

To understand exactly what is, and what is not, included in this financial information, click here (opens in a new window).


Training is delivered in three formats:

1. Business, accounts and operations

2. Client satisfaction and new client acquisition

3. Field-based 

Our franchise model includes full accounting support and our live CRM system delivers up to date reports on how your business is progressing. Our franchise management team will offer support and guidance at every step of your journey.

Daily Life of a Franchisee

Once your self-service display snack boxes, complete with a variety of Oast House Farm branded products, have been delivered to local workplaces and other locations, without the need for contracts, or indeed commitment; you will then visit each customer at regular intervals to restock and collect the takings. Should a box be removed from a location, for any reason, you would be expected to re-site the snack box as soon as possible, to ensure no loss of future income.

Oast House Farm Snacks Case studies

  • Helen Nash

    Oast House Farm Snacks: Helen Nash

    Helen had never imagined she’d run her own business, but when she started working for Oast House as an employee, she discovered an opportunity she couldn’t miss.

  • Josey Harman

    Oast House Farm Snacks: Josey Harman

    “Not only has Oast House helped me get customers, they’ve been there every step of the way in helping me set up my business.”

  • Rachel Apsey

    Oast House Farm Snacks: Rachel Apsey

    Former GB lawn tennis champion Rachel Apsey was working for a door-to-door tea delivery company which was forced to make redundancies in autumn 2016. She’d already developed glandular fever, including the debilitating ME effects of the illness, so it was a difficult time both personally and professionally.

  • Simon Bell
    Belvoir Lettings - Franchisee case study

    Simon Bell had a very clear plan in mind of the boxes his choice of franchise business was going to have to tick. Having been voted Belvoir's New Franchise of the Year, he's happy that he made the right choice.

    Read the full case study
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