will vs would

“You will be here for more” and “You would be here for more”.
Please give me explanation of usage of will and would here.
Thank you.

Maybe if you were to place this phrase within context it would be easier to help.

Just a slogan I’ve seen at a bakery.

Hi, here, “will” implies a prediction about the future - “Tomorrow, you will be here for more.” It can also be a command - “I am the boss, and I say that you will be here for more, or else!”
“would” can be used for a hypothetical situation : “If you knew how good our rolls were, you would be here for more.” Or would can just be the past tense of “will” : “Yesterday, I predicted that you would be here for more.”

I suspect you only saw the first version using ‘will’.