Where to find the high quality frozen...
Jim Conome

Newark, CA

#431 Feb 12, 2009
Hello Mike:

Can you email me. I am trying to get info on starting a small yogurt shop in california.

Thanks, Jim
jim701@gmail.com
Sophie Dee

Woonona, Australia

#432 Feb 13, 2009
Hi, I'm interested in opening a yogurt shop in Australia. I'm very new in this area so any advice on supplier, machine, or anything will be very helpful. Please contact me on sophie.dewi@hotmail.com
Thanks!
Sarah

Phoenix, AZ

#434 Mar 8, 2009
I am looking to open up a non-fat frozen yogurt store in arizona. My husband and I are having trouble finding a high quality great tasting yogurt. If there is anyone that can create a custom yogurt product please let me know and feel free to email me at glitzygirl101@aol.com
I am more interested in a non-powder mix, maybe some flavors with soy base, and low in calories. There is a place in arizona called yogurt-ology and their frozen yogurt is amazing. I would like to have something similar to that taste and consistency.
Jugal

Long Beach, CA

#436 Mar 10, 2009
Hi all, I am looking forward to introducing frozen yogurt in India. I am currently located Irvine, CA, and am thoroughly impressed by the Business Idea of opening a frozen yogurt shop(s) in India. However, while researching on the details, I could not find a frozen yogurt mix supplier in India. Could you suggest what would be the best option for the same, keeping the cost of the alternative in mind?

Thank you! cheers!
mehdi

Stockholm, Sweden

#438 Mar 12, 2009
I am looking for powdered frozen yogurt supplyer in europe. flatron_6@hotmail.com . please dont send adds and junk.
OpenAYogurtStore

Malibu, CA

#439 Mar 19, 2009
For those of you seeking to open a yogurt shop, I have all the information you need to get started. I have researched vendors for yogurt powder mix (identical to Pinkberry), yogurt machines, interior designers, permits, patents, yogurt conventions etc. everything you need to start up your business. Feel free to contact me at OpenaYogurtStore@gmail.com for help on your new business venture.
Mark S

Santa Clarita, CA

#440 Mar 22, 2009
Lyndsey,
I haven't talked to you in a week or two. Hows your store doing with carbawhey this week?
Are your sales still up over 200% from earlier this month? I'm scared to think how busy you'll be come summertime just in time for swimsuit season.
Let me know,
Mark
Loc

Hanoi, Vietnam

#442 Mar 25, 2009
Can anyone get me in touch with supplier of yogurt powder? locthetruong@gmail.com
Juan

Mexico, Mexico

#443 Mar 26, 2009
Hello everyone:

We are planning to open a new frozen yogurt shop in mexico city.

We are looking for suppliers of yogurt powder, machines and any other item neccesary for starting our business.

You can contact me in jagoicoechea hotmail.com

Thank you all in advance. Have a nice day

Juan
richard

Reno, NV

#444 Mar 29, 2009
Phil wrote:
Like everyone else here, I am planning on opening a frozen yogurt shop within a year. Because of the good reviews I've read about Cielo's products, I decided I would try them first as a product source. My experience was not pleasant, however. The first time I called I was transferred to the "sales" department. I don't know what happened, but it seemed like I was transferred outside the company where I was rudely greeted by a man who demanded to know who I was and what I wanted. I asked him if this was Cielo and he said no. Very strange. I called again and this time I spoke to a person named Dan in the sales dept. I explained I was in the product research and development stage and was looking for a product supplier. He asked me if I had a machine (yes, I do) and asked me if I had a brick and mortar location (nope, not yet). He seemed to lose interest at that point and asked me for my email address so that he could send me a sample request form. I gave it to him but I could tell he wasn't really writing the info down - never asked for spelling, etc. Well, sure enough, three days later and no email. Their product may be good, but I guess you have to be open for business before you have a product to sell. I'm not looking for free samples if that is what put him off - I'm willing to pay. I guess I'll have to try one of the other companies that are listed on this board.
Phil I had the exact same response from Dan at the Cielo company. I have also learnt that he is Dan Kim and is the president of Red Mango. I just figured he was not interested unless you want a Red Mango franchise. I wonder if the Cielo company is aware of the way he is handling new clients. Please e-mail me back and let me know if you have had any luck with your knew endevour rpksmith@charter.net
Johnny

Ogíjares, Spain

#445 Mar 30, 2009
Amazing business in USA, and not still well known
in Europe.
I am planning open a store in Spain.
Some help to get best suppliers of plain fresh yogurt and powder in Europe ?
Thanks indeed for your help.
richard

Reno, NV

#446 Mar 31, 2009
I am wondering if I am going to need 3phase electricity to run equipment in my shop. Can anyone advise.
David Tran

Santa Rosa, CA

#447 Mar 31, 2009
Mike wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you still interested in opening your shop?
If so I can provide you with information to set
up your entire shop.
Hi Mike, can you provide me with info about opening a shop.
Thanks

dntran@sonic.net
real frozen yogurt

United States

#448 Apr 2, 2009
We have a supply of premium yogurt powder imported from Italy and can provide you with recipe, and competitive pricing. There is a limited time offer in competitive pricing, so please let us know if you are interested. It is truly the best in the market. We can also work with you on altering the recipe to fit your market and demography.

We have SAMPLE avalaible at a miminal charge of $10 per 2.2 pound/1kg, which includes shipping and recipe. You can pay via check.

plese write to realfrozenyogurt@gmail.com
Natalia Y

United States

#449 Apr 2, 2009
How often do you clean and satize your TAYLOR soft-serve machine? According the Instruction it must be cleaned once every 24 hours. Do You apply it in practice?
Eric Solvet

Taipei, Taiwan

#450 Apr 2, 2009
Guys, can someone with real cielo experience email me at dabienwong3@yahoo.com? I feel like there's a lot of cielo people here pretending to be store owners and tell everyone how great their products are. Someone with real experience, please. Thank you.
OpenAYogurtStore

Thousand Oaks, CA

#451 Apr 3, 2009
For those of you seeking to open a yogurt shop, we have all the information you need to get started. we have researched vendors for yogurt powder mix (identical to Pinkberry), yogurt machines, interior designers, permits, patents, yogurt conventions etc. everything you need to start up your business. Feel free to contact us at OpenaYogurtStore@gmail.com for help on your new business venture.
Visit us at www.open-a-yogurt-store.com
INFO IS FREE - DO NOT PAY

United States

#452 Apr 3, 2009
OpenAYogurtStore wrote:
For those of you seeking to open a yogurt shop, we have all the information you need to get started. we have researched vendors for yogurt powder mix (identical to Pinkberry), yogurt machines, interior designers, permits, patents, yogurt conventions etc. everything you need to start up your business. Feel free to contact us at OpenaYogurtStore@gmail.com for help on your new business venture.
Visit us at www.open-a-yogurt-store.com
OpenAYogurtStore wrote:
For those of you seeking to open a yogurt shop, I have all the information you need to get started. I have researched vendors for yogurt powder mix (identical to Pinkberry), yogurt machines, interior designers, permits, patents, yogurt conventions etc. everything you need to start up your business. Feel free to contact me at OpenaYogurtStore@gmail.com for help on your new business venture.
Do not pay a penny for this info! The prices charged is a huge joke for FREE info. All this can be easily attained by talking to an architect(which you need anyways if you are serious about opening a store). Also a quick call to Taylor regarding the soft serve machines will get you the info you need about any machines. Again do not be foolish and pay 1 dime for this.
ATLiens073

San Francisco, CA

#453 Apr 3, 2009
Jugal wrote:
Hi all, I am looking forward to introducing frozen yogurt in India. I am currently located Irvine, CA, and am thoroughly impressed by the Business Idea of opening a frozen yogurt shop(s) in India. However, while researching on the details, I could not find a frozen yogurt mix supplier in India. Could you suggest what would be the best option for the same, keeping the cost of the alternative in mind?
Thank you! cheers!
Hey Jugal - I'm interested in doing the same thing. I'm based in LA. Perhaps we can coordinate and share info/research. There is a lot to learn/know and I'm sure we can help each other. Let me know if you are interested. I can be reached at chetan.maddipatla@gmail.com. Thanks.
Sweet Sundays

Sunnyvale, CA

#455 Apr 6, 2009
Each yogurt machine takes 2hrs to clean. Because you are dealing with milk - Becareful. If you don't care for the machine. Doesn't matter what products you put in. They will taste like crap. Red Mango and Pinkberry only uses two machines - smart!!!

Check out Sweet Sundays!!! San Jose, CA

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