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FDD Talk: The Revenues of Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt’s Affiliate Owned Stores Examined (Item 19, FDD)

by Franchise Chatter on September 2, 2011

in Franchise Earnings, Frozen Yogurt Franchises



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Exploring the Revenue Potential of Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt Stores Based on the Operating History of Their 5 Affiliate Owned Stores (Item 19, 2010 FDD)

1.  These figures are based on the operating history of Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt’s 5 affiliate-owned stores located in Norman, Oklahoma; Lawton, Oklahoma; Wichita Falls, Texas; Tyler, Texas; and Little Rock, Arkansas.

2.  The Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt store in Norman, Oklahoma has been open since October 2009 and is located in a small strip mall, approximately 1 mile from the University of Oklahoma campus. It is approximately, 2,000 square feet and has 8 self serve frozen yogurt machines.  The strip mall in which the outlet is located has a sandwich franchise and a pizza franchise. There are 3 other self serve frozen yogurt concepts that compete with Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt in the Norman, Oklahoma region.



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Len March 14, 2012 at 2:42 pm

I’ve been reading your blog the last couple of days…….my husband and I are looking into franchising a frozen yogurt place but just wasn’t sure which one to go with. I’ve been reading through what you’ve said about Orange leaf, Menchies etc. Have you any thoughts on Yo Fresh? Any suggestions on which one’s to stay away from?

Also,.. we were thinking of starting up the business ourselves vs franchising one. Any thoughts?

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Ambrosio March 16, 2012 at 10:52 pm

Hi Len,

Thank you for visiting!

I’m not familiar with Yo Fresh — there are way too many frozen yogurt franchises crowding the marketplace. I strongly prefer going with a national brand because you’ll have a much better chance at survival once the inevitable shakeout occurs. I’m an advocate of franchising because you’ll have the support of a much larger organization versus being completely on your own, and it worked out well for me. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel, and you’ll have the benefit of your franchisor’s years of experience (and mistakes!).

I have two new interviews with frozen yogurt executives coming out next week. Please check them out.

Best regards,

Ambrosio

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JUDY March 19, 2012 at 5:11 am

I am really interested in opening up an orange leaf in Michigan. The area I live does not have any competition as far as Yogurt Stores. They have an old fashioned Dairy Queen that has seating for out doors only, therefore they have tot shut down in the winter. They do very well in the spring through the fall, but I think if they had an indoor seating, they could remain open all year and do much better. I was wondering if anyone could tell me the approximate cost of the product in order to determine the gross profit. I have seen a variance of gross sales, but that really does not help when it comes to bottom line. I realize there are costs for the actual building , equipment and set-up. But what about the cost for the yogurt. Please advise. Thank you.

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