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The Truth about suppliers

United States

#606 Jan 14, 2010
Read the 1st half of the article. This is Forbes. Need I say more?

http://www.forbes.com/global/2008/0901/070.ht...
pilj

United States

#607 Jan 15, 2010
Need a very general estimate of basic costs for starting up your own yogurt shop. I know it depends based on location but just generally cost of equipment (e.g two machines, point-of-sales system, etc) How much does it cost to lease a taylor machine? Thanks in advance. Any advice will be appreciated [email protected]
Phim

Cambridge, MA

#608 Jan 20, 2010
Can anyone refer me to some good yogurt suppliers? we're about to open yogurt shop soon in Orlando, FL. Thanks in advance for any leads.

Email: [email protected]

Phim
Derick

United States

#609 Jan 28, 2010
Cielo USA,

kindly send me the information on your agent/distributor in China.

Please send me asap.

I need to find it urgent.
[email protected]

Derick
David

Southwest Brevard Cnty, FL

#610 Jan 29, 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 found a company in Florida that is a sales rep for a refrigeration company in China. They import the machines directly so the prices are lower than Taylor or Electrofreeze. The machines seem to be good quality from the pics. I'm going to go see the machines in person at their showroom to see for myself. Here's their website.

www.FrozenYogurtSolutions.com
yoguru

Fort Worth, TX

#611 Feb 5, 2010
This company is a joke. Buy Taylor. They are the standard
David wrote:
<quoted text>
I found a company in Florida that is a sales rep for a refrigeration company in China. They import the machines directly so the prices are lower than Taylor or Electrofreeze. The machines seem to be good quality from the pics. I'm going to go see the machines in person at their showroom to see for myself. Here's their website.
www.FrozenYogurtSolutions.com
ajith jacob

Malaysia

#612 Feb 12, 2010
iam from the country seyechhles
i like to start a yoghurt unit where i can produce
yoghurts like elle vere and danone
but in this country there is no milk
please guide me where i can use any subsitute
HirenK

Coppell, TX

#613 Feb 15, 2010
Hi I would like to open a frozen yogurt shop and need to know the following.

1. Which mix to use (i see there a few providers and dont know if anyone is better than the other)
2. What machines to buy
3. For flavors do u recommend a different provider
Appreciate any help or guidance you all can provide.
marybeth01

Southport, NC

#615 Feb 26, 2010
I am interested in getting some general info about opening a yogurt shop in NC. I am looking for a yogurt distributor & also would like to know the best machines to buy. If you can help me out I would appreciate it. emails can be sent to [email protected]
Steve

Woodville, Australia

#616 Feb 28, 2010
Yogurt Franchisee wrote:
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.
SO you paid $25,000 for a franchise and $100, 000 for Korean soft serves, and now your talking about Taylor machines????? I dont think tutti frutti would allow you to sell other products as it wouldnt be consistant with the brand. All in all I think you are scamming for Cielo and dont own a Tutti frutti store at ALL!!!
frozen yogurt supplier

Glendora, CA

#617 Mar 1, 2010
mosty wrote:
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!
Please contact [email protected] for powder mixes. Non-fat and high quality.
William SF

San Francisco, CA

#618 Mar 15, 2010
Steve wrote:
<quoted text>
SO you paid $25,000 for a franchise and $100, 000 for Korean soft serves, and now your talking about Taylor machines????? I dont think tutti frutti would allow you to sell other products as it wouldnt be consistant with the brand. All in all I think you are scamming for Cielo and dont own a Tutti frutti store at ALL!!!
I went through the initial steps to open a Tutti Frutti. Tutti Frutti isn't a Franchise, as in you wont receive a FDA. You will get a buyer / seller agreement if you sigh on with them.

In short yes you can change the tasting to cater to your demographics. And I do agree that Tutti Frutti product doesn't taste too good.

For $25000 your basically buying support on starting up.
Yogela corp

United States

#619 Mar 25, 2010
sebastian wrote:
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
Our company does frozen yogurt distributions as well guarantee better price and quality [email protected] for details
NY David

New York, NY

#620 Mar 27, 2010
I just tried Phileo self serve - was in the old Yogurtland space on Bleeker in NY. My wife went crazy for the Tart Blueberry. Does anybody know who their supplier is?
Matt

Chicago, IL

#621 Mar 31, 2010
I'm starting a yogurt store as well...Anyone know of a good supplier for toppings in California, Texas, or the midwest? Thanks!
Whats in a name

Glendale, AZ

#622 Apr 1, 2010
For those of you looking to open a yogurt business. Check out what this guy has to say.
Tara

Brentwood, CA

#623 Apr 9, 2010
LBNY Yogurt wrote:
I am opening a Yogurt shop in Long Beach, NY. Currently planning on opening around Memorial day. I need info on both soft serve machines, and product. Looking for a trendy, no fat, high quality, reasonably priced frozen Yogurt. I welcome all advice and input. Any fellow yogurt shoppe owners, or distributors please feeel free to contact me [email protected] Thanks for the help
opening a frozen yogurt shop. I love the

I am also interested in opening a frozen yogurt shop. I love the red mango or yogen fruz concept. Does anyone know where to get supplies and yogurt products similiar to these without having to open one of their franchises?
Sue

Grove City, OH

#626 Apr 12, 2010
yoguru wrote:
This company is a joke. Buy Taylor. They are the standard
<quoted text>
What mixes are people using in their yogurt stores?
Jackie

Daly City, CA

#627 Apr 21, 2010
Only 8 does not represent having only 8 calories, it's named after the fact that it is made from only 8 ingredients.
Jackie

Daly City, CA

#628 Apr 21, 2010
SO you paid $25,000 for a franchise and $100, 000 for Korean soft serves, and now your talking about Taylor machines????? I dont think tutti frutti would allow you to sell other products as it wouldnt be consistant with the brand. All in all I think you are scamming for Cielo and dont own a Tutti frutti store at ALL!!!

I don't know that person, but I believe them. If you look into Tutti Frutti you would see that it does licensing. You have freedom to do what you like but get the benefit of their advertising and discounts on their product.

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