STUDIO CITY (CBS) — As the summer weather starts to heat up, the best way to cool down is with a tasty treat from Yogurtland! Alexis Eldridge stopped by KCAL9 Monday to show us Yogurtland’s summer flavors and how to create your own frozen favorites.

About Yogurtland:

• Yogurtland is the nation’s fastest-growing frozen yogurt brand known for its signature bright, friendly retail locations.

• In addition to offering classic flavors like Strawberry and French Vanilla, Yogurtland’s offers unique frozen yogurt flavors that you won’t find anywhere else, like Taro, Superfruit Tart, Matcha Green Tea and Lychee Fruit.

• Yogurtland’s new summer flavors include Key Lime Bar Tart, Chocolate Mint Cookies, Cinnamon Graham Cracker and Dragon Passion.

• Yogurtland’s frozen yogurt contains calcium, vitamins, probiotics, and live & active cultures.

• Yogurtland has more than 135 locations in the U.S. and internationally. Los Angeles area Yogurtland locations include Hollywood, Alhambra, West Hollywood, Burbank, Universal City, Culver City and Westwood to name a few.

• Yogurtland offers a self-serve environment where customers create their own servings from a choice of 16 sweet and tart flavors of frozen yogurt and 32 fresh and dry toppings.

• Along with a passion for finding only the best ingredients, Yogurtland believes control, choice and creativity should always be in the hands of guests – and this is the heart of the Yogurtland experience.

For more information, visit Yogurtland.

Comments (4)
  1. Michael says:

    How to make your own favorite frozen yogurt treat? Seriously? Local news sucks.

  2. True says:

    Great commercial… I tried this place a few times, then I saw a roach walking around the top of one of the machines and the hole in the wall where it is reecesed… I left and never went back ( to any frozen yogurt place ). With all that mess left by the yogurt there are bound to be bugs.

    1. Tina says:

      OMG!!! This is my favorite Yogurt place!! Now I am soo disgusted. Mind revealing the location?

  3. Sonya says:

    It seems illegal not to show a customer an ingredient list when asked for it. I’ve even emailed one of the representatives at yogurt land stating that my daughter and I have various allergies and need to know what we would be eating and the email back was no help saying were in the process of getting the ingredient list online but there’s no concrete day when it will happen. Well that was no help! If you look online yogurt land has had a lawsuit against them for not being healthy like they claim. So sad. I’ll stick to pinkberry were the ingredients don’t make us itch.

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