A Pair of Orange Leafs
A new froyo franchise brackets the town
by Sally Mitani
From the April, 2014 issue
Orange Leaf Yogurt franchisees Jason Zalewski and Scott McLean opened their first store in Traver Village on March 8, and are planning to open their second, in Woodland Plaza (near the south-side Busch's) on April 1. They describe their froyo as hand mixed, made fresh daily, self serve, and with choose-your-own toppings. The website of the Oklahoma-based company says the froyo is made from fat-free milk and seems to offer some fairly sophisticated adult flavors, like salted caramel, toffee coffee, hazelnut, and honeydew.
Orange Leaf Yogurt, 2613 Plymouth, 531-6686. (Summer hours, starting April 1) Sun.-Thurs. noon-10 p.m., Fri. & Sat. noon-11 p.m. 2216 S. Main. Phone TBA. Sun.-Thurs. noon-10 p.m., Fri. & Sat. noon-11 p.m. orangeleafyogurt.com
[Originally published in April, 2014.]
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