Paul

Seattle, WA

#586 Oct 26, 2009
Lorie wrote:
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Hi Shannon. Just opened a ice cream shop in downtown toronto this past month and am using Frosty Boy brand berryo yogurt. Comes in powdered form just add water and lemon juice. The bacterial cultures are already in the mix. It's prebiotic and probiotic already and, by the way, it tastes really great. We also use Frosty Boy ice cream mix. Again, just mix with water and pour into the machine. Also use a Taylor ice cream machine. They are the best!!
Hi Shannon, where do you source the Frosty Boy brand berryo yogurt? I only found a source in Australia...are there any in Canada or the States? I am thinking of opening a yogurt shop in California and would appreciate any input. Thanks!

Contact:paulnguyen.home@gmail. com
calvalleyconstru ction

Menlo Park, CA

#587 Nov 4, 2009
Hello there, Cal Valley Construction a General Contractor located in San Jose,CA offering Free Design of Yogurt Shop .Future Shop onwer can contact Dat(Danny)@ calvalleyconstruction@yahoo.co m for more info
calvalleyconstru ction

Menlo Park, CA

#588 Nov 4, 2009
hi there,
Cal Valley Construction , a General Contractor located in San Jose, CA is one source of Yogurt bussiness. We offer from Free Design to Build the shop for you. calvalleyconstruction@yahoo.co m
calvalleyconstru ction

Menlo Park, CA

#589 Nov 4, 2009
Mike wrote:
Iam opening a yogurt shop in the bay area, and i need help with Mixes, Supplies, Equipment, and A really good Contractor. I would really appreciate it. Please email me at imi.investment@gmail.com thanks!
Hello Mike, I can help you to build your Yogurt Shop. My recently job completed is 88 Japanese Restaurant in Downtown Saratoga,CA i can show it to you as my refferrence.please contact Dat (Danny) at calvalleyconstruction@yahoo.co m
Jacki

Thousand Oaks, CA

#590 Nov 25, 2009
Hey check out this site:
http://www.open-a-yogurt-store.com/

They have all the info on yogurt mixes, plus a bunch of vendors based out of China.. should be very helpful for you since you are starting your business in Asia.. must check out
Parplayer wrote:
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Is buying from u for a store in China workable? I am worried about the cost issue. Pls advise.
david

San Francisco, CA

#591 Nov 25, 2009
the above posts mention Taylor machines as the best machines to use. Does anyone know what machines yogurtland, pinkberry or red mango use? Their machines seem to be smaller and the big bulky Taylor machines. I keep hearing about machines from South Korea....does any one know more? Thanks.
Anna

Stockholm, Sweden

#592 Nov 27, 2009
I'm opening my own frozen yoghurt shop next summer in Sweden, Stockholm. i'm wondering if anyone knows a good frozen yoghurt supplier in Europe or someone that can ship to Europe? Do anyone know Snog's supplier? My email is anna.rosendahl@live.se

I have found 20 suppliers in the USA and Europe but the are extremly expansive. I can share information about the frozen yoghurt, machines etc, just email me.
froyosupplier

Compton, CA

#593 Nov 30, 2009
Parplayer wrote:
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Is buying from u for a store in China workable? I am worried about the cost issue. Pls advise.
Hi There, Yes we have shipped our premium yogurt powder to China. Please let me know where we can contact you so we can provide you further information or email us at froyosupplier@gmail.com.
Felix

Rocky Mount, NC

#594 Dec 9, 2009
hey guys did you find yogurt suppliers?

please share info with me.. im trying to open a frozen yogurt store,,,

felruro@hotmail.com
Felix

Rocky Mount, NC

#595 Dec 9, 2009
Happy yogurt wrote:
Hi everyone. Like everyone here, I'm also trying to open a yogurt shop, I need some advise on contractor/architect, suppliers, equipment, yogurt mix, etc. Do you buy your own topping or can it get from a supplier? I'm trying to open a shop in No. California. Can anyone help?
did you find your mix suppliers? can you share info at felruro@hotmail.com

thanks
Yogurt King

El Dorado Hills, CA

#596 Dec 29, 2009
yozzio wrote:
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Yogurtland owns thier own brand now. They have there own private label. Try using Miss Karens or Sr Food Group, just tasted it and loved them both!
SR Food Group has the best premium flavors
Yogurt King

El Dorado Hills, CA

#597 Dec 29, 2009
www.srfoodgroup.com

They do consulting on yogurt stores and also produce premium flavors
Rubik

Brooklyn, NY

#598 Jan 6, 2010
Does anyone know if pinkberry uses Taylor C713 or C712? The difference is the air pump.
And has anyone experienced problems with using a C713, I hear that if your mix is too thick, the machine can give you problems.

Thanks
Rubik

Brooklyn, NY

#599 Jan 6, 2010
david wrote:
the above posts mention Taylor machines as the best machines to use. Does anyone know what machines yogurtland, pinkberry or red mango use? Their machines seem to be smaller and the big bulky Taylor machines. I keep hearing about machines from South Korea....does any one know more? Thanks.
I would do more research before buying Taylor. I hear electrofreeze and other brands work better.
heej

Bristow, VA

#600 Jan 11, 2010
Jay wrote:
if anyone needs mochi (i.e. the korean rice cakes) for your yogurt operation, let me know.
jay, please email me at heejholdings@gmx.com. need mochi in bulk.
mosty

Egypt

#601 Jan 12, 2010
hi everone. I'm opening a frozen yogurt store in the middle east (egypt)and i'm looking for a supplier for the mix can any one help me!
Jorge

Mexico, Mexico

#602 Jan 12, 2010
I am opening a yogurt shop in Mexico, and i need help with Mixes, Supplies and Equipment.

Which brand is better, Electrofreeze or Taylor???

please email me at j_cielak@hotmail.com
Jorge

Mexico, Mexico

#603 Jan 12, 2010
Where can i find the highest quality mix??

j_cielak@hotmail.com
sebastian

Salt Lake City, UT

#604 Jan 13, 2010
I am using yocream. so far customers like it
but I want to try powder products too

If you are using YOCREAM, how much are you paying for a box? I am paying $38. I want to know if I am getting a good price
Yogurt Franchisee

Van Nuys, CA

#605 Jan 14, 2010
I own a Tutti Frutti frozen yogurt store(which is yoflavor, wellspring). I was using their product and I didn't like the taste/texture too much. It Was too confusing for my high school employees. I have contacted the 2 biggest players in the product supply business, Yocream and Cielo USA. I tried both of the products and I must say that Cielo definitely carries the best tasting product. The texture is amazing and it's easy to use. Yocream has a slight aftertaste that I didn't like. The website has a web seminar to educate you on the business. www.cielousa.com

They are giving free samples so if you do not believe me, contact them and get one. They also work with most of the Taylor machine companies nationwide so if you do not have a machine yet, you can contact Taylor and they will let you use their test kitchen. I believe taste is important, but communication is even more important. They were so easy to contact and truly are the industry leaders. Thanks guys.

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