16 Jun 2011

Frozen yogurt chain expanding in Toronto

Though the summer days in Toronto may not be ‘scorchers,’ few things are more cooling and satisfying than a good old-fashioned frozen yogurt. And as luck would have it, Torontonians will soon be able to satisfy their cravings at four new stores.

According to the company’s president Michael Shneer, four Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt outlets will come to the area, as papers were recently signed sealing the deal.

“Our development in and around the GTA continues with the signing of these four additional stores,” said Shneer, who heads the Yogurtworld Franchising Corporation. “The areas to be opened from these agreements include the Beaches, Woodbridge, Dundas/Yonge, and Queen St West.”

Menchie’s, famous for giving customers the ability to make their own creations and then pay for their tasty treat based on how much it weighs, is one of the fastest growing frozen yogurt franchises in North America. Two Menchie’s have opened in Canada, both in Ontario.

Because the company is expanding, they may want to rent out some Toronto storage lockers to house their paper goods, containers, silverware and other frozen yogurt essentials.

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