Industry News | April 2, 2014

Orange Leaf Introduces Banana Flavor

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As part of its Year of the Flavor campaign, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is kicking off April with the introduction of its new Banana flavor frozen yogurt, made with bananas and skim milk. The flavor will be available at participating Orange Leaf locations across the country starting April 1 and will join Orange Leaf’s list of permanent menu items available throughout the year.

Also in April, customers interested in trying the new flavor—or any flavor, for that matter—can catch a break on tax day with the Orange Leaf Tax Day deal. On April 15, customers can fill their cup with fro yo and toppings for only $4.15. To participate in the deal, customers must claim the offer from Orange Leaf’s corporate Facebook page. On average, the deal amounts to about 50 percent off, depending on how much fro yo and toppings a customer typically chooses.

Orange Leaf is celebrating the Year of the Flavor with a different featured flavor each month. Customers are invited to invent their own culinary creations with the new Banana flavor, like all other Orange Leaf fro yo flavors, by mixing, swirling, dividing, or building the fro yo with any combination of fruit, nuts, candy, and other healthy or decadent treats from the toppings bar. This also allows customers to control their portion size and nutritional value to fit their dietary needs and taste preferences. To inspire customers’ creations, Orange Leaf suggests the following recipe idea: A Banana Cream Pie dessert made with Banana fro yo topped with chopped bananas, graham cracker crumbs, and caramel sauce.

The new Banana joins the ranks of other customer favorites at Orange Leaf such as Birthday Cake, Mango, Salted Caramel, and Pistachio.

Orange Leaf customers can check their local store’s web page, or download Orange Leaf’s iPhone or Android app, to check the other flavors available at stores in April before they visit. 

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