Mobile Coffee Van Franchise Business

Wondered what it would be like to run a Mobile Coffee Van Franchise Business? 

Not sure where to start? We are now offering you the opportunity to partner with us with a coffee franchise of Little Coffee Bean Co.

Covid has seen a change to many businesses, mobile coffee has exploded and we feel it is the right time to find new partners to grow our company and help you grow yours. 

The number of cups of coffee sold in the UK is colossal and we could give you all the numbers, but you already know coffee is massive!

Little coffee bean yellow coffee van

So why franchise with Little Coffee Bean Co?

At Little Coffee Bean Co we have an established business model and a wealth of experience and skills to make our own company succeed and we want to share them to make your company to grow and become successful too. 

You will notice we look a little different to other mobile coffee van franchises as we use traditional Indian rickshaw TUK TUKs.

We stand out wherever we go, even if we are just driving to the local garage for petrol. 

Whats included

Full kitted Coffee Tuk Tuk 

Your personalised Little Coffee Bean Co website 

Card machine with POS service

Online ordering platform

Supply chain for all your consumables (excluding milk and water)

Business Stationery kit, social media pages

Company registration service

Safer Food online management service

Local food safety registration advice

Our partner accountant 

Bank account setup and advice 

HMRC registration advice 

Optional Extras - recommended

Tuk Tuk Trailer: from £899

Road legal package: from £199- allows mobile trading between business estates

Slush machine from £1300

Cool Box: from £30

LPG/E10 Petrol Duel Fuel Generator: from £850

Milkshake machine kit: from £199

Large refillable gas bottle kit: from £199

Chest Freezer: from £230

How much does it cost?

We knew you would ask that question. We want to give you the best possible start, thats why we offer ou Tuk Tuk mobile coffee van franchise for an upfront cost starting  from just £15,000 + VAT. 

Ongoing costs:

Like our competitors we offer a fixed weekly fee of £50+VAT. Thats equivalent to 23 cups of coffee if you’re selling at £2.20. Of course you can sell for more!


We want to build a long lasting relationship with our franchisees. We require a minimum commitment of 3 years. 

What do i get for £50 per week?

You get our brand, our marketing our experteese and our humour!  

Most importantly we give you telephone and email support for all your questions and that includes when you need us the most, weekends!

We provide you with your website, designated to your local area/territory.

Invites to large events where multiple units are required to fulfil the contract.

Online ordering portal for all of your supplies. Including branded cups, uniforms, our speciality coffee, absolutely everything you will need, but you need to buy your own milk!

Event support – we can help with event setup, printing and marketing, staffing and even loan equipment 


As Covid-19 has changed the world, the opportunity for financing changes on a daily basis. We are currently working with our finance partners to offer some new and the best finance opportunities available. 

trading areas/territory

We currently have a number of franchise territories available across the UK. 

The most important thing to remember 

We want you to succeed in your mobile coffee business franchise, we are a Family.  

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All prices listed are excluding VAT


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