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Thursday, January 27, 2011

COLD SPOON Frozen Yogurt at Clark

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Cold Spoon Frozen Yogurt

Angeles City, Pampanga


Foodamn Philippines has visited Cold Spoon Frozen Yogurt a couple of times, but we rarely shoot photos of one of the most visited froyo shop in Angeles City, Pampanga.

Most of the time, since the long drive, we usually make a quick stop over at Cold Spoon  and took off with a take out. I've found out this healthy corner was brought to Angeles by Koreans in 2007, few Manileno's [Manila travelers] are quiet familiar with Cold Spoon's famous frozen yogurt. We shifted to loving yogurt because of its healthy benefits, plus I read somewhere in a consumer article, one of Philippine's local ice cream brand and milk [which I always thought was a healthy and safe brand] has an ingredient known as carageenan. Studies shows this certain ingredients are carcinogens. If you have guys care for your family's overall health and spare parts, influence them how to take care of their bodies in and out. 
Cold Spoon frozen yogurt



Company's overview as quoted:

Consumer's growing interest in healthy and active life has never been higher. Based on Technomic Consumer Study in the U.S.A., 50% consumers are changing their eating habits, and obesity has been a major national issue. Consequently, natural, organic products are growing rapidly, 39% consumers are eating more fruits and vegetables, and numerous diet programs are on the rise. People are crying out for healthier, low-fat, low-carb food, however, they are not willing to sacrifice quality and taste. When it comes to frozen dessert, Cold Spoon is well positioned to leverage such consumer trends.




Cold Spoon will offer premier quality frozen frozen yogurt with various toppings and variety of fusion frozen yogurt menus through its franchises. The company’s goal is to grow Cold Spoon as the most respected brand for healthy and delicious frozen dessert. To accomplish its goal, the company plans to rapidly expand its retail presence and grow its brand through excellence in product innovation, operations and customer experience.


Frozen yogurt has been around for many years. Health benefits of yogurt are widely known, and a company like TCBY was a big hit in 1980’s. Ben & Jerry and Haagen-Dazs also sell their versions of frozen yogurt in the U.S.. Cold Spoon, however, with its distinctly different (creamier, smoother, lighter) taste with various toppings, is one of a kind especially in the Philippines. In addition, its store will be designed to provide a full trendy cafĂ© experience for customers. People will enjoy music, just sit there for a chat or bring their laptops for work…all while enjoying their favorite Cold Spoon Frozen Yogurt.


Products:
Not like other brands, Basic raw material of frozen yogurt is made of Italian yogurt base powder, developed by Korean technology. It is one of the most successful Korean product with a superlative degree in new technology.


Thus, Cold Spoon's non-fat yogurt is made from a type of powder that contains live and active cultures(LAC seal) with vitamin-C and Calcium, and that was approved by USDA.



Cold Spoon's main products are based with yogurt, and non-yogurt base products are being picked to be launched as new menu.

Cold spoon have flavored yogurts, lassi (Indian Yogurt Drink) and flavored hot teas.
Plain yogurt with strawberry toppings
Cold Spoon Frozen Yogurt
Lot 1 Block 66
Fil-Am Highway, Cutcut
Angeles City, Pampanga
Philippines
(Friendship Highway 
corner Carmenville
Gate 3 Access Road)
[facebook] https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cold-Spoon/


P.S.
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Full Disclosure: This article is being published based on my written opinions and content from Cold Spoon page. No business relationship involved with any company or organization promoting this brand. 

11 comments:

  1. Hi!

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  2. Thanks sis, we'll check on that! =)

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  3. im a fan of frozen yoghurt. I love pinkberry and red mango =)

    Happy FTF!

    my entry is here http://www.mrspinkihan.com/friday-brunch-rock-bottom-cafe/

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  4. My kiddos would love that!

    Spice Up Your Life with Mexican Treats.

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  5. great info and thanks for sharing! i finally tasted fro-yo last Friday, i love it...craving for one now! hehehe! PinayMum - Mommy's Life Around...wishing you a great Friday!

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  6. the place is so nice, the ambiance and everything.

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  7. when we were in clark, we tried to look for this but we didn't find it. so we settled for that small frozen yogurt station along friendship highway. i forgot the name.

    here's my entry:

    http://www.domestic-cherry.com/2011/03/maginhawa-strip-carbo-loading-at-ted-ps/

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  8. Wow, your daughter is super cute! Are those strawberries?
    Much Love,
    Pearl
    Sassy Chef Recipes and Reviews

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  9. Dumaan, nakibasa at natakam.....I love the ambiance of the resto...very cool...

    Mine is up at FTF#53 - Nathaniel’s Buko Pandan Salad

    its me,
    Cielo of Brown Pinay
    Also blogging at
    My Point of View | GCircles | PartyPreppies

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  10. froyos are my favorite snack too

    Have a great foodtripping hop, hope you'd check out my FTF entry too
    Food and Passion
    I Love Darly!

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