More yogurt bar outletsThis article was originally published in Foodnews
FROZEN yogurt chain, Tutti Frutti, is to open 10 new outlets in Malaysia in the first quarter of next year. Naza Tutti Frutti (Malaysia), the owner of the chain, said its subsidiary Tutti Frutti Trading has signed a sub-master licensee agreement with Bells Confectionery & Foods to expand the brand to Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei, Bernama news agency reported. Naza Tutti Frutti executive director said each frozen yogurt shop would cost between MYR450 000-550 000 (USD143 650-175 000)to set up while kiosks would cost between MYR350 000-400 000. Naza Tutti Frutti is the master license holder of Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt for Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, India, Cambodia and Brunei.