Michael - EUROPE

Presov, Slovakia

#994 Jun 18, 2011
I wass not very satisfied with the Mec3. I have prepared my own recepture which is healthier and much more tasty.

Since: Jun 11

Medford, MA

#995 Jun 18, 2011
Could someone suggest a good frozen yogurt logo and store designer?
Trying to open up a store on my own don't really know where to start with a design, any help would be greatly appreciate.
pypcik27@hotmail.com
shop design

Dubai, UAE

#996 Jun 19, 2011
Michael - EUROPE wrote:
I wass not very satisfied with the Mec3. I have prepared my own recepture which is healthier and much more tasty.
Thank you for replying Mr. Michael was it the taste or service ? I mean i am considering of buying from them please tell me what is the cons and pros if you can please I would extremely appreciate it
Michael - Europe

Presov, Slovakia

#997 Jun 20, 2011
Their representative was not very interested. He wants me to buy italian machine but I have already Taylor. After that I have found that will be better to prepare my own recepture.
About their recepture, the texture was very nice and colour as well. But the taste was not about yogurt. It was more than cofee cream than a yogurt.
That is my subjective opinion.
Ron

Poland

#998 Jun 20, 2011
hi!
does any one know how many calories and fat are in Pregel Yonice poweder?
shop design

Sharjah, UAE

#999 Jun 20, 2011
Thank you Mr. Michael I really appreciate it. sorry for the many questions but can i ask you few more ? I really want to start this business and would like to avoid mistakes from the very first you know what I mean.
Michael - Europe

Slovakia

#1000 Jun 20, 2011
Ron wrote:
hi!
does any one know how many calories and fat are in Pregel Yonice poweder?
I have no idea but my yogurt has on 100g - 134kcal and no artificial ingredients. ;o)))
Do you know the price of pregel powder?
iF yes pleas email me at: APOshopper@gmail.com
Thank you.
Mary

Lisbon, Portugal

#1001 Jun 21, 2011
Hi there! I'm interested in opening a frozen yogurt shop in my country and I'll try the cielo mix. Are you satisfied with that mix? or do you have another manufacturer you'd advise? thanks a lot,Mary
Michael - EUROPE

Presov, Slovakia

#1002 Jun 22, 2011
Mary what kind of machine do you have?
Cielo was not communicating with me in europe at all.
If you want some samples email me at aposhopper@gmail.com
shop design

Dubai, UAE

#1003 Jun 22, 2011
Guys could you please tell names of machines for frozen yogurt that are at the same time affordable. Is thier good korean made ones ?
How much does the carpigiani ones cost ?

Please reply

Thank you
Bunty

Winnemucca, NV

#1004 Jun 26, 2011
I am planning to open a yogurt shop in India. Does anybody know of any supplier for frozen yogurt in India?

Appreciate your response.

Bunty
Yogurt Powder

New Albany, IN

#1005 Jun 26, 2011
www.pinkaliscious.com
www.pinkalisciousyogurt.com
they manufacture / distribute yogurt powder in all bases and over 180 flavors.

they also franchise with no franchise fees if anyone wants to own their own business.

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Thely

Miami, FL

#1022 Jun 27, 2011
Hi everyone,

I am interested in opening up a yogurt store. Thank you all for your helpful comments. I have a question in reference to the licences and permits. Do I need a license from the food administration department or any other licence or permits? please advise.
Thank you
Amr

Abingdon, MD

#1025 Jun 29, 2011
I just tried yogi castle and their taste was GREAT. I tried asking the owner where they get their supplies from but of course he wouldn't tell me. He said it's a Premixed kosher package with live culture but I can't find where the they get their supplies from... anyone can help me?

amrawyalatool@yahoo.com
yogurt stuff

Queen Creek, AZ

#1028 Jun 29, 2011
Amr wrote:
I just tried yogi castle and their taste was GREAT. I tried asking the owner where they get their supplies from but of course he wouldn't tell me. He said it's a Premixed kosher package with live culture but I can't find where the they get their supplies from... anyone can help me?
amrawyalatool@yahoo.com
Sounds like yo cream to me....
yogurt stuff

Queen Creek, AZ

#1029 Jun 29, 2011
I am hot as all get out!:-)

Any suggestions or things that have worked with keeping the kitchen cool with air cooled machines?
yogurt stuff

Queen Creek, AZ

#1030 Jun 29, 2011
dbrand1 wrote:
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Thanks again Jan for the information. Good point on attending YoCream University and the exclusivity required. I'm going to meet with the Honey Hill folks tomorrow, do their tour, sample their product, etc. Definitely nice that they don't charge $1500 to visit/learn/meet their President, etc.
Were you able to dig up an electric bill?!! So curious on that matter...as given the heat the machines put off...I'm thinking I may be going with air cooled...I assume going the water cooled route added a lot of initial expense in your build out? Or no?
Just to play devil's advocate on the Yo Cream University...you do get it all back in free product. If I was just starting out, I would recommend it. If I were two weeks away from opening (like I was), I would not.

Since: May 11

Location hidden

#1031 Jul 1, 2011
yogurt stuff wrote:
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Just to play devil's advocate on the Yo Cream University...you do get it all back in free product. If I was just starting out, I would recommend it. If I were two weeks away from opening (like I was), I would not.
Thanks Queen - My issue with going to YoCream is the Exclusivity clause - I'm probably going to want to use some HoneyHill flavors in my shop too. Can you update me on your best sellers? Also, any idea what price per ounce you are paying for your YoCream product? My supplier is charging .08 per ounce or $10.24 per gallon...which my YoCream rep said is high -(I'm still about 8 weeks from opening).

Do you ever use a freezer in your shop - or just relying on your refrigerators and letting product thaw/sit in them?
yogurt stuff

Queen Creek, AZ

#1032 Jul 1, 2011
dbrand1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks Queen - My issue with going to YoCream is the Exclusivity clause - I'm probably going to want to use some HoneyHill flavors in my shop too. Can you update me on your best sellers? Also, any idea what price per ounce you are paying for your YoCream product? My supplier is charging .08 per ounce or $10.24 per gallon...which my YoCream rep said is high -(I'm still about 8 weeks from opening).
Do you ever use a freezer in your shop - or just relying on your refrigerators and letting product thaw/sit in them?
Totally understand the exclusivity clause...although, I can tell you that they never had me sign anything which I thought weird. I am actually totally happy with Yo Cream. My customers love it and I don't think I will branch out for awhile. We are at about $23 a case which is 3 gallons and you would be paying $31+ a case. That is high. Our number one seller is hands down cake batter, followed by vanilla (alpine seems to be the favorite) and then chocolate (cable car was popular-like a fudgesicle and milk chocolate). Thin Mint Cookie and Very Strawberry have also been very popular. Those 5 have been constants at the store and we have interchanged the rest. That being said we always carry a No Sugar Added and a Sorbet...these options are popular for diabetecs, lactose intolerant and vegans. Some of the other flavors that people really loved was the Red Velvet, Dulce de Leche and Luscious Lemon. We have been open about 60 days and I have yet to get through all the flavors, but will try to update when another really popular flavor comes through. I actually have a pretty big following on Facebook and we do surveys were the customers get to pick the next flavor. They LOVE it! We are also doing a contest for the best looking dessert where the picture with the most "likes" wins a gift certificate...which increases my fan base on facebook. I am really hoping to use that as a primary advertising means in the near future.

We absolutely use a freezer, but only a one door for additional product storage (we get deliveries 2x a week and we store 20 cases in there) and for the cheesecake, brownie and cookie dough bites. Our refrigerator is a 2 door and we store 28 cases in there, along with fruit and chocolate candy. Definitely would not get anything bigger than a 1 door for the freezer, but I do think you need one. Volume of your store will be critical. Keep in mind you only have 21 days from the time you pull them until you have to use them (at least for Yo Cream). We haven't had anything come close, but it always nice to have the back-up. You can also rapid thaw by placing them in cold water.

Hope that helps.
machines

Dubai, UAE

#1033 Jul 4, 2011
May you please tell me about Korean, Japanese manufactueres ? or Machines that are not extremely expensive ? Are the ones on ebay reliable or junk and broken ?

PLEASE for a new Electrofreeze CS8 and CS4 please can someone tell me how much they cost in US dollars ? PLease

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