When it comes to business, everyone wants to be in the middle of the action, which is why quick-serve brands like Shake Shack, Fatburger, and McDonald's establish their corporate headquarters in big cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, respectively.
Red Mango, a fast-growing yogurt and smoothie chain, will open its newest location in the Philadelphia International Airport in late October as part of the Terminal F expansion and renovation project.
The Restaurant Social Media Index recently recognized Red Mango founder Dan Kim with the 2013 Digital Executive of the Year award at the first-ever RIZMY Awards, presented at the Foodservice Technology Conference and Showcase NexGen conference in Phoenix.
Red Mango, one of the fastest-growing frozen yogurt and smoothie chains in America, is expanding its presence on college campuses and has opened its newest location at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, in time to welcome back students for the 2013–2014 school year.
Located in the Bryan Center, franchise owners Steve Mosh and NASCAR driver Bobby Labonte say this Red Mango will make a big impact with students and visitors on the Duke campus.
When Red Mango entered the franchising arena just a few years ago with goals to grow a frozen yogurt and smoothie chain from coast to coast, the sky was the limit. Fast-forward to today, and the brand is walking on clouds, celebrating its 250th location and its entry into Michigan with its newest location at 6118 S. Westnedge Ave. in Portage.
Red Mango, one of the fastest-growing retailers of all-natural frozen yogurt and fresh fruit smoothies, is launching this week a national rollout of an expanded menu that features 22 brand new probiotic smoothies in four lifestyle-centered categories:
Body Balance: Flavorful and functional yogurt smoothies formulated with beneficial boosts, such as The Pomegranate Protector and The Honey Badger Fat Burner.
As new college graduates polish their resumes and prepare to enter the workforce, a growing crowd of 20-somethings is emerging with dreams of owning a business and working for themselves.
Look, up on the table! It’s a burdock. It’s a plantain. It’s … superfood!
Although there’s nothing really super-heroic about eating nutrition-rich fruits and vegetables, the foods give customers an opportunity to pursue healthier options at a time when many Americans are trying to rein in their eating habits. As such, these ingredients are showing up on more limited-service restaurant
Red Mango debuts “Skinny Sorbettos,” its new line of probiotic-infused, softly-frozen dairy free desserts. Inspired by the artisanal sorbets made famous in Italy, Skinny Sorbettos will be introduced in two flavors: low calorie, no sugar added Raspberry and low fat, sugar-free Dark Chocolate.
Red Mango, one of America’s fastest-growing frozen yogurt and smoothies chains, enjoyed a record year for franchise development in 2012 and expanded the chain to more than 210 open stores.