Industry News | January 28, 2013

Menchie's Celebrates National Frozen Yogurt Day with Deal

Menchie's, North America's largest self-serve frozen yogurt franchise, will be offering guests downloadable coupons to receive a complimentary six oz. in celebration of National Frozen Yogurt Day.

On February 6, guests can bring the six oz. free coupon, available on the brand's Facebook page, to participating Menchie's restaurants nationwide.
"We're always looking for new ways to reward our guests and make them smile," says Amit Kleinberger, CEO of Menchie's Group Inc. "As the leader in the frozen yogurt category, we are excited to celebrate National Frozen Yogurt Day with all of our loyal guests."
To access the free yogurt coupon visit Menchie's corporate Facebook page. There is a limit of one printed coupon per guest and the offer is only valid on Wednesday, February 6. With over 240 Menchie's locations nationwide, frozen yogurt fans everywhere can have access to a free treat for the holiday.
The company is a world leader in ensuring best-in-class products, and considers itself the ambassador of frozen yogurt quality worldwide. Guests can choose from more than 100 rotating yogurt flavors, a variety of over 70 delicious toppings, and waffle bowls for unlimited combinations.
Menchie's ensures that only the highest quality milk and flavors are used to make its frozen yogurt. The proprietary collection is made from the milk of "smiley" California cows, which have not been treated with artificial growth hormones (rBST). Menchie's frozen yogurt contains live and active cultures and has received the Live and Active Culture (LAC) seal indicating its endorsement by the National Yogurt Association.  


funny isn't that a Yogurtland thing?

Just an fyi, as most of these yogurt places want you to think they use this special formulation they have you fooled. 99.9% of yogurt carrys the LAC it is part of the process, secondly, most foyo companies uise either an Edy'd product or a Dannon product called YoCream, because based on their purchasing volumes froyo companies could not afford to formulate over a 100 different flavors of yogurt. They may have 3-4 of the basic flavors made with their name on it but thats it, Red Mango, Menchies, Yogurtland etc... pretty much use one or two brands of yogurt mix. I just love how they market there products as some exclusive special mixture. Lastly, don't let private labeling be confused with a proprietary spec item, private labeling can be done based on the amount you purchase or buying power.

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