Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Launches Orange Leaf to Go

New To Go Containers and Cookie Sandwiches Let Froyo Fans Enjoy Treats Anywhere, Anytime

OKLAHOMA CITY - October 01, 2013 - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Giving froyo fans the freedom to take their favorite frozen dessert treat wherever they go, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, one of the nation’s leading frozen dessert chains, announced today the launch of Orange Leaf To Go at participating stores across the country. With Orange Leaf To Go, customers can now purchase pre-packed pint containers of froyo or cookie sandwiches filled with Orange Leaf froyo from their local store to celebrate with at parties, give as gifts or to take home.

“We are very excited to launch our new To Go items that now give our customers the freedom to enjoy Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt whenever and wherever they want it,” said Reese Travis, CEO of Orange Leaf. “This is a great way to surprise your family or friends with frozen treats and, best of all, it’s convenient.”

Local storeowners create the cookie sandwiches using a variety of their stores' regular and seasonal frozen yogurt flavors and cookies sourced from local vendors. For example, customers can purchase To Go options with Orange Leaf’s fall flavors, available through October, including Pumpkin Pie, Caramel Apple, Chocolate Snickerdoodle, Snickerdoodle or Oatmeal Cookie. In November, customers will be able to purchase To Go offerings with winter flavors like Peppermint and Chocolate Mint, among others. Flavors are subject to change and vary by location, so customers are encouraged to check their local store’s web page (, or download Orange Leaf’s iPhone or Android app, to see what flavors are available before they visit their local store.

Orange Leaf’s freezer-friendly To Go containers combat freezer burn and are dishwasher safe, recyclable and reusable outside of stores. Orange Leaf To Go containers and cookie sandwiches will be priced between $5-7 (prices may vary by location).

About Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt

Oklahoma City-based Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt is a self-serve, choose-your-own-toppings frozen dessert chain with 300 locations in the U.S. and Australia. Ranked as one of the fastest growing limited service chains by Technomic and one of the top three new franchises for 2013 by Entrepreneur, Orange Leaf’s pro-franchisee culture encourages owners to become a part of their communities and provides them with the necessary ingredients for success. Orange Leaf offers a multitude of delicious traditional and original flavors, including no-sugar-added, gluten-free and dairy-free alternatives. Customized with a generous selection of do-it-yourself toppings, Orange Leaf provides an innocent indulgence, self-served in a stimulating atmosphere. For more information and franchise opportunities, visit our website, like Orange Leaf Yogurt on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest.


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Tricia Bennett


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