Global Wrapps

About Us

Tap into the fastest growing trend in the food industry.

Healthy, fast and casual.

The healthy, fast and casual segment of the food industry is the fastest growing sector. Showing double digit growth year on year, this advancement is double the rate of the traditional quick-serve food segment.

Global Wrapps is the leading wrap and smoothie group in South Africa. Established in 2002, our company has grown to be the biggest player in the wrapps business, with fantastic creation potential. With our well-known brand, established operating procedures, full training and support, a Global Wrapps franchise offers you a secure business investment. We put you in the driver’s seat and offer you the tools to make your own success.

Global Wrapps is associated with SANHA

(South African National Halaal Association)


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