Industry News | March 12, 2014

Yumz Gourmet Frozen Yogurt Opens First Express Kiosk

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Self-serve franchise Yumz Gourmet Frozen Yogurt announced that it will open its first Yumz Express location in Wisconsin this April in Kenosha at 1515 30th Ave. Yumz Express is a kiosk-sized version of a full-size Yumz Gourmet Frozen Yogurt store.

“Yumz is thrilled to open a Yumz Express kiosk in Wisconsin,” says John Barnes, cofounder of Yumz Gourmet Frozen Yogurt. “It’s an ideal opportunity for retailers to expand and drive more traffic to their stores. We have made it simple to add a frozen yogurt station to any retail establishment. Our goal is to provide flexibility, an easy-to-operate kiosk, and make it as inexpensive as possible for an existing business to grow their sales and customer base.”

This Yumz Express, to be located inside of the Woodcreek BP gas station, will feature three self-serve machines offering six flavors plus toppings. The Woodcreek BP gas station is located close to Gateway Technical College and University of Wisconsin-Parkside. The gas station opened in 2010.

“I am very excited to add the Yumz express to my store,” says Chintan Patel, owner of the Woodcreek BP gas station/C-store. “Our customers will love Yumz delicious gourmet frozen yogurt, and this is a true asset to our business.”

Yumz Gourmet Frozen Yogurt has more than 14 locations nationwide and is known for its rotating selection of more than 55 frozen yogurt flavors all fat free, low in calories, and full of probiotics; and more than 75 toppings such as fruits, nuts, sauces, and dry toppings.

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