Quakertown, PA (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
Yofresh Yogurt Café is a New ‘Flavorite’ Destination in Quakertown, PA.
If each of the 8,979 residents of the Quakertown, PA, borough concocted their own snack, dessert or light meal creation at the town’s new YoFresh Yogurt Café, there would still be thousands of variations that hadn’t been tried.
Yofresh Yogurt Café, with hip, funky and colorful décor, is now open at 680 N. W. End Blvd., and owner / franchisee Manish Gupta says customers are in for a real treat. (Visit http://www.yofreshyogurtcafe.com). In fact, there are so many choices and combinations, YoFresh calls the selection ‘lots'o toppings.’
“YoFresh is an extraordinary health experience unlike any you have ever tasted,” says Gupta. “We offer healthy and all natural frozen yogurts and a large variety of delicious toppings, fresh yogurts and fruit smoothies.”
A custom menu bolsters the regular menu with tasty Belgian Waffles, cones, Yofresh Yogo Shooters for kids, and Yogolicious Smoothies, including special kid varieties. Planned are coloring contests with prizes, and every customer gets a Double Dipper Rewards Punch Card toward discounted future purchases.
Gupta says people don’t just come in for dessert. All ages enjoy a healthy snack or meal at any time of the day. Recently a Registered Dietician posted on WebMD that “the health benefits of yogurt are so impressive that many health-conscious people make it a daily habit” She lists five possible benefits of having yogurt every day. "Word of mouth is spreading and customers often travel long distances," he says. “It’s exciting to run my own business while making my customers smile.”
The selection includes over 100 flavors of all natural frozen yogurts including low fat, fat-free and sugar-free, plus scores of toppings. The combinations are limitless. Each customer can dispense their own frozen yogurt and scoop as much as they like, then choose such toppings as fruits, nuts, sprinkles, cereals, candies and sauces. Using YoFresh’s ‘Weigh & Pay’ formula, customers pay by the ounce.
Gupta says the flavor offerings change and may be different on each visit, with featured flavors like red velvet to cheesecake, salted caramel, sweet coconut, mango sorbet, etc., “so you have to keep coming back to see what’s new.” Staffers fill sample tasting so customers can sample a few flavors before ordering.
YoFresh founder and CEO Chris Gregoris, based in Boston, says the Quakertown shop is one of several opening recently, with others in various stages of planning. Currently, there are eight locations in Pennsylvania. More are planned for specific locations in Philadelphia and York, and franchisees are considering sites in Montgomery and Bucks Counties.
“We are delighted to welcome Manish Gupta to the YoFresh family which is on an exciting growth curve,” says Gregoris. He says there are YoFresh shops in 11 states, which means new territories are available and the company welcomes inquiries from interested entrepreneurs. “We’re excited to be a leader in the frozen yogurt industry. Our goal is to have a total of 52 franchised stores by the end of 2014.”
The growing chain welcomes inquiries from prospective franchisees. For more information, visit http://www.yofreshyogurtcafe.com or email: chris(at)yofreshyogurtcafe(dot)com.