Yogurtland just launched its third annual Yuletide Yumminess promotion, a holiday celebration that includes 12 delicious frozen yogurt flavors and support for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
Each week for six weeks, Yogurtland will offer two new distinctly holiday-inspired frozen yogurt flavors, for a total of 12 flavors spanning six weeks. The 12 flavors of Yuletide Yumminess include Cinnamon Roll, Peanut Butter Cups, Egg Nog, Brownie Batter, Butterscotch, Strawberry Rhubarb Tart, Sticky Toffee Pudding, Amaretto Cookies, Black Forest Cake, Boysenberry Tart, Tiramisu and Gingerbread.
Guests will receive a Yuletide card to collect a stamp for each cup of yogurt purchased. After six stamps the card is redeemable for 12 ounces of free frozen yogurt through December.
For every completed card, Yogurtland will make a donation to Save the Children’s “Hurricane Sandy Children in Emergencies Fund.” These funds will be used to replenish school supplies and rebuild day care centers damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
“At this time of year, we want to spread some joy by helping those in need and sharing great flavors that remind us of the best of the holiday season,” said Charlotte Lucich, director of marketing at Yogurtland.
Yogurtland aims to raise about $15,000 for Save the Children’s response efforts. Following disasters, Save the Children works to address the needs of children and families in need by providing essential supports such as food, blankets, diapers and hygiene supplies and remains to help communities rebuild through long-term recovery programs.
Known for its smooth and creamy taste, Yogurtland combines authentic flavors with real milk for a delicious treat that’s also good for you. Naturally occurring calcium and vitamin D make Yogurtland yogurt a healthful, refreshing treat.
Fruit flavors are also fortified with vitamin C. Yogurtland yogurt also has six probiotics and the live and active yogurt cultures your body needs for a healthy balance.
Yogurtland guests can choose from dozens of toppings including fresh fruit to finish off their frozen yogurt treat. Each day, Yogurtland hand cuts about 500 pineapples and more than 6,000 pounds of strawberries.
Other fruit options include bananas, blackberries, honeydew melon, kiwi, lychee, peaches and watermelon.
Popular toppings range from your favorite childhood breakfast cereals of Cap’n Crunch© and Fruity Pebbles© to grown-up tastes such as granola, carob chips, yogurt chips, and coconut flakes and chocolaty favorites such as Hershey’s Heath Bar© and more.
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