Where to find the high quality frozen...
Lynn

United States

#675 Jul 5, 2010
Hi,
I'm hoping someone can help me out. I've been on an endless search for a low calorie, and or sugar free frozen yogurt mix and also a no added sugar frozen yogurt mix. I'm familiar with the common brands like Nancy's, and Yocream. The calories are still not in low enough.(Carb awhey is not an option.)
I tried to contact Idf prep about less than a 6 bag purchase, but have yet hear anything.

I know there's got to some options out there other than the 6 or so brands mentioned that might have something.

I've also been trying to contact a few distributors who carry Rainbows End, ICBY, and some other brands.
It would be great if someone could contact me, or provide the information of who to contact to find the this.
Thank you.

Lynn
[email protected]
Mimi

Torrance, CA

#676 Jul 14, 2010
Hello,

I was interested in becoming a liscensee for Tutti Frutti in the Mid City section of Los Angeles, but I have no idea on where to begin. If some one could provide some info on where I should start (besides the TF Website) and what i should expect, I would truly appreciate it. Thank you!
Need_a_supplier

United States

#677 Jul 15, 2010
Stacey

Desert Hot Springs, CA

#678 Jul 17, 2010
I'm in the process of adding a frozen yogurt machine to my sandwich shop and personally tried every mix out there from yocream to citrus and green, and found Cielo yogurt mix was the best tasting. Try it for yourself its free. just go to their web site any ask for one.

www.cielousa.com
Djspoon

Chicago, IL

#679 Jul 19, 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 four 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]
Sterling

Miami Beach, FL

#680 Jul 19, 2010
Hello,

I am looking to open a frozen yogurt shop in Miami, Florida area. I need information on frozen yogurt mix, machines, and any other supplies I may need. Any information would be appreciated. You can email me at [email protected] Thanks.

Sterling
sid

Tarzana, CA

#682 Jul 22, 2010
Hi all,Im planning to get in to this business but i don't have knowledge on how
to mix and calculate all this,does anybody have a business here in cali where i can train.. and show me how this thing works it will be a great help thanks all!
sid

Tarzana, CA

#683 Jul 22, 2010
oh i forgot my email [email protected] thanks!
Vince

Sacramento, CA

#684 Jul 27, 2010
I too am planning to open a Fro-Yo shop and would appreciate any advice regarding whether or not buy used soft serve machines. Does anyone have experience to know if the cost savings outweigh the risks.

I read a lot of good comments about Cielo products. Can anyone send me a link to any soft serve comparisons. What are the best tasting no-sugar-added varieties?

Please email to: [email protected] with the subject: soft serve info.

Thank you for the help.

Since: Jul 10

Indianapolis, IN

#685 Jul 27, 2010
please share any information on starting a frozen yogurt shop in new jersey.
i can be emailed at [email protected]
Iva

Stockholm, Sweden

#686 Jul 27, 2010
Hi, I am interested in opening a yogurt shop in Croatia. I'm very new in this area so any advice on supplier, machine, or anything will be very helpful. Please contact me on [email protected]
Cliff

Korea

#687 Jul 28, 2010
Hello,

If you are interested in quality frozen yogurt powder with reasonable price, please contact me ([email protected])

We are the provider of frozen yogurt mix from Korea.
froyo yourway

Buena Park, CA

#688 Jul 28, 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
If you are paying $38 for 3 gallons, it's not a good price compared to $31 for 4 gallons. If you are interested in learning more about our proprietary frozen yogurt mixes, email me at [email protected]
Raymundo

Mexico, Mexico

#689 Jul 30, 2010
Hello, for those who are interested to buy frozen yogurt powder in Mexico I give you my mail: [email protected] We are The leader provider, Moyo brand, we have a manufacture in Guadalajara. write me your contact and I will call you back.
Raymundo.
Katia

Santa Ana, Costa Rica

#690 Jul 31, 2010
Jorge wrote:
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 [email protected]
Jorge, did you open your frozen yogurt shop? I am planing on opening a shop in Costa Rica where I live. Did you find that the latins do like the concept?
Would REALLY appreciate any help with providers and equipment, if you wouldn´t mind sharing.
Gracias!
John

Boca Raton, FL

#691 Aug 2, 2010
Make sure you call YoCream and ask about local distributors. they are the best product on the market
Eva

Klosterneuburg, Austria

#692 Aug 3, 2010
Please can anyone tell me where I get sugarfree frozen yogurt powder for my shop in Austria??

Thanks so much!!

[email protected]
Eva

Klosterneuburg, Austria

#693 Aug 3, 2010
Eva wrote:
Please can anyone tell me where I get sugarfree frozen yogurt powder for my shop in Austria??
Thanks so much!!
[email protected]
sorry, wrong e-mail adress.
this one is correct: [email protected]
Customer service

Temecula, CA

#694 Aug 9, 2010
We have a huge variety of items geared towrds the frozen Yogurt industry. If you are interested in saving money and getting unbelievable customer service RELIANT FOODS is your answer!
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www.reliantfoods.com
800-589-5282
PKS

Crestwood, KY

#695 Aug 13, 2010
KCool wrote:
I am having trouble keeping everything straight. I am looking for advice from other business owners, not resellers or manufacturers. I keep hearing "you must use Taylor equipment" but then I also hear Well Spring makes perfectly fine equipment too. Which is it? Also, on one hand I hear a dry mixture can be VERY good and then on the other hand that dry mixes end up gritty.
Please, someone with real experience...
i highly recomend against Well Spring company as I have received absolutely NO CUSTOMER SERVICE FROM THEM good luck

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