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Let's YO! Yogurt Debuts Smoothies

Popular Frozen Yogurt Franchise Takes Froyo Experience to the Next Level with New Line of Smoothies

April 04, 2014 // Franchising.com // COLTS NECK, N.J. – Let's YO! Yogurt, known for its cutting-edge, all-natural frozen yogurt experience, is yet again taking frozen yogurt to the next level with the launch of its new line of frozen yogurt-based smoothies dubbed "YO! Smoothies," now available at participating locations.

The new YO! Smoothies feature Let's YO!'s all-natural frozen yogurt blended with real-fruit purée. Unlike many smoothie retailers, this purée does not contain high-fructose corn syrup. Let's YO!'s frozen yogurt has five strains of active cultures, including three probiotics, and is a great source of calcium and protein. All frozen yogurt flavors are also gluten-free and low in cholesterol with non-fat options available. Additionally, a variety of 'boosts' can be added to any smoothie, from fiber and fat burner to protein and multivitamin.

The new lineup of smoothies includes a variety of six fun, fresh flavors, including:

  • Cherry Pomegranate – Juicy cherry and pomegranate fruit combo.
  • Mango Peach Mashup – Tropical mango and peach puree swirled together.
  • Triple Berry Addiction – Real raspberry, blueberry and strawberry mashup.
  • Chocolate Banana Mixer – Decadent chocolate and banana are masterfully mixed.
  • Strawberry Banana Swirl – Classic strawberry, banana and vanilla blended together.
  • Pina Colada – Pineapple and coconut blended to perfection.

"We're constantly introducing new products and innovations to create the ultimate frozen yogurt experience for our customers," said Eric Casaburi, CEO of Let's YO! Yogurt. "Our new YO! Smoothies are also a testament to our strong commitment to provide our customers with yet another frozen product that not only helps to promote a healthy lifestyle, but will also knock your taste bud's expectations out of the park."

Driven by a healthy menu, Let's YO! Yogurt's innovative, socially-minded atmosphere, appeals to even the most trend-forward consumers. The brand's industry-leading interior design is complete with Apple iPads strategically embedded into its tables, which are hooked up to flat-screen, closed-circuit televisions within the shop, providing a live, constantly-updated feed of the company's social media networks.

Creating a truly social experience for customers, guests can interact with friends, family and Let's YO! through these platforms, while also watching their posts appear within seconds on the screen. Along with the extensive yogurt offerings, consumers can also choose from a variety of fun, healthy toppings which feature dominant brands such as Kashi and Bear Naked, as well as a wide-selection of fresh fruit such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and bananas.

For more information about Let's Yo! Yogurt, please visit www.letsyogogurt.com.

About Let's YO! Yogurt

Founded in 2011 by entrepreneur Eric Casaburi, Let's YO! Yogurt is a frozen yogurt shop built around the social consumer experience –complete with iPads embedded into tables for consumer use. Each location features a sleek, sophisticated futuristic design, providing a high-tech atmosphere for customers. A healthy dessert alternative, Let's YO! offers a superior product offering with more than 80 lines of puréed yogurt options to choose from, along with leading brands such as Bear Naked and Kashi. Let's YO! Yogurt has more than 30 locations in operation, with 50 additional units slated to open throughout the East Coast within the next year. Through its well-managed development strategy, the company's current expansion plans are primarily focused in the New York and New Jersey markets. For more information on franchising opportunities, please visit www.letsyoyogurt.com or email franchising@letsyoyogurt.com.

SOURCE Let's YO! Yogurt


Laura Kujava
Fishman Public Relations




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