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Yogurtland Comes to Peachtree Corners...Sweet!

Serve yourself some new cool, sweet treats at the company's newest location.

 

With the best fresh ingredients, a variety of flavors and a clean attractive environment, Yogurtland brings delicious self-serve frozen yogurt right here to Peachtree Corners at . The self-service idea was the brainchild of founder Phillip Chang. 

Knowing that people like to be creative and come up with their own ideas, Chang thought that folks would enjoy combining their own yogurt flavors and toppings to make their own special desserts.

As it says on the website, “...Yogurtland believes control, choice and creativity should always be in the hands of our guests.”

I had fun touring the inside and out of Yogurtland with manager Tadd Zipperer. One thing that impressed me the most was the cleanliness of the whole place both behind the scenes and out front. The machines that make the yogurt continually rotate through a process of being cleaned and sanitized. The yogurt is made fresh all of the time and fresh fruit for toppings is purchased daily from the Atlanta Farmers Market. 

Of course, tasting the yogurt was the best part of the tour. What amazed me the most was that each yogurt flavor tasted exactly like its name. How do they do that? If it says “Devils Food Cupcake Batter,” you taste the devils food and the batter, even though I was assured that there was no batter in there.

Cran Raspberry Tart; you taste cranberry, raspberry and it is tart. Go do the test yourself. Read the label, taste the yogurt and see if you can identify the individual flavors — bet you can.

Here’s how it works: You can test the flavors, then get a cup, add your yogurt and toppings and then put your cup of yogurt on the scale to be weighed. The scale, which is regulated by the state of Georgia twice a year, weighs the yogurt, subtracting the weight of the cup, and you are charged 33 cents per ounce. Not bad. 

Manager Zipperer comments that he loves watching children prepare their yogurt sundaes. “The kids know how to use the machines like old pros while the parents are sometimes looking around for help.”

Zipperer says that Yogurtland is looking forward to becoming a part of the Peachtree Corners community. It hopes to be involved with local school, work and church groups. Yogurtland is working on developing some catering options so that it can branch out even more. 

Not only does the yogurt taste great but it’s either no- or lowfat. All of the nutritional facts and other information can be found online at www.yogurt-land.com. Discounts are available by tweeting @yogurtlandatl. Stop by soon and create a yogurt combo of your own.

Store hours:
Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

4880 Peachtree Corners Circle 
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092 
770-416-1005

Anne January 03, 2012 at 01:20 PM
Yum, Yum...a great addition to the Forum and to Peachtree Corners! Spring and summer should bring crowds.

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