Industry News | February 2, 2012

Yogurtland Goes Free For National Fro Yo Day on Feb. 6

Yogurtland is celebrating National Frozen Yogurt Day this Monday, Feb. 6, by offering guests free frozen yogurt and toppings from 4-7 p.m. at all participating U.S. Yogurtland locations.

In keeping with Yogurtland’s “You Rule” philosophy, guests can choose from any of the 16 sweet and tart flavors, including the two new limited time flavors of Yo Frappe, a coffeehouse-inspired creation of gooey caramel, rich mocha, and a hint of real java with no sugar added; and Mango Mixer Tart, Vitamin C-packed, non-fat yogurt that blends fresh mango, passion fruit, green apple, and pineapple.

A choice of more than 35 toppings, which include fresh fruit right from the farmer’s market, crunchy nuts, bits of candy, and smooth, warm hot fudge, will be available.

“At Yogurtland, we think that frozen yogurt is something that should be celebrated every day, but we’re thrilled to celebrate the official holiday with our guests by treating them to free frozen yogurt,” says Alexis Eldridge, vice president of marketing, Yogurtland.

“As a healthy after school snack or a better-for-you dessert, we are looking forward to welcoming guests from all over the country on Feb. 6.”

As with all of Yogurtland’s frozen yogurt flavors, they are made using Real California Milk and the highest quality ingredients and contain calcium, vitamins, and live and active cultures.

“We’re excited to support Yogurtland in their use of Real California Milk and support for California’s dairy families,” says Michael Gallagher, consultant for the California Milk Advisory Board. “On National Frozen Yogurt Day or any day, a cup of frozen yogurt is a delicious way to get much needed protein, calcium, potassium, and riboflavin.”

To celebrate the first annual National Frozen Yogurt Day festivities, Yogurtland has created special commemorative cups and collectable biodegradable spoons that will only be available during the hours from 4-7 p.m.

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