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London's Snog frozen yoghurt shop plans international expansion

23 September 2008 by

London-based frozen yoghurt shop Snog is planning to expand both across the UK and internationally, Caterersearch has learnt.

The company sells two varieties of non-fat, sugar-free frozen yoghurt, natural and green tea, which come with a range of 15 different toppings including fresh fruit and dried ingredients such as granola and nuts.

Snog, which currently has one outlet in Kensington, west London, will open its second shop in Soho next January and is in discussions to open further outlets in the capital.

Co-founder Rob Baines told Caterersearch the group hopes to launch up to 30 shops over the next three years in locations across the UK as well as the United States, the Middle East, Turkey and Europe.

"The current economic climate is good for a brand like us," he said. "When people are spending less on going out, they'll still want a treat and our product is ideally placed for this."

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