Industry News | April 22, 2014

Red Mango to Unveil Café and Juice Bar in Chicago

Chicago resident Sweety Patel is about to treat customers to a whole new Red Mango experience.

After visiting almost every frozen yogurt site in Chicago, Patel decided to invest in a franchise.  But Patel will be serving a lot more than the award-winning frozen yogurt at her location. She will also enter the growing $5 billion juicing industry at the same time, as she opens one of the first Red Mango Yogurt Café and Juice Bar locations in Chicago.

Patel’s location will open in summer 2014 at Millennium Station 151 E. Randolph Street below the famous Millennium Park. The Red Mango Yogurt Café and Juice bars will be located inside of Millennium Station connected to the Prudential building, Smurfit-stone building, Harris Theater, and to Chicago Pedway System. Customers can also enter from of Michigan Avenue and Randolph Street entrance. The expanded concept, which Red Mango is rolling out nationwide, will serve fresh cold-squeezed juices and healthy cafe meals under 500 calories in addition to its frozen yogurt, smoothies, and parfaits.

“I am very excited to bring this new Red Mango Yogurt Café and Juice Bar to the people of Chicago,” Patel says. “Red Mango has a great business concept and a wide range of new menu options including salads, flatbreads, and wraps that will fit into the lifestyle of a lot of residents and visitors in the city.”

 

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