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    TCBY Peppermint Flavors Arrive for the Holidays

  • Industry News December 6, 2018

    TCBY is embracing the season with a fan favorite flavor, Peppermint. The limited time only flavor is bringing holiday cheer to stores across the country with hand-scooped and soft-serve options.

    TCBY's Peppermint flavors are a better-for-you, refreshing and festive treat made with live and active yogurt cultures available now and throughout the holiday season. TCBY's Peppermint hand-scooped is made with real red and green peppermint pieces, while the Peppermint soft-serve is low fat and gluten free for a less indulgent but equally flavorful version. Both are the perfect option for consumers who want a taste of the holidays.

    “One of the first flavors and scents you think of during the holiday season is peppermint.  Our fans love these nostalgic flavors year after year,” says Josh Kirschbaum, CEO. “We brought back these favorites knowing that family and friends will come to a TCBY to share in this seasonal offering.”

    As the trailblazers of “FroYo”, TCBY originated in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1981 where it introduced customers to a unique, low fat, full-flavor frozen yogurt concept. Today, TCBY is the only dual soft-serve and hand-scooped frozen yogurt franchise on the market with more than 300 locations systemwide. The brand leads the market in nutrition, taste and product quality, while continuing to evolve to satisfy its ever-growing fan base.

    TCBY offers an extensive product line with most yogurt flavors available in low fat, nonfat or no sugar added. The brand also launched its frozen yogurt classification, “Super FroYo," which denotes the most nutritious flavors. These flavors are low-fat and boast three or more grams of fiber, four or more grams of protein, seven types of live and active cultures and are a good source of calcium and vitamin D. TCBY also offers a fun spin on frozen yogurt like banana splits, Chillers, milkshakes, parfaits and Shivers, giving customers a variety of options.

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