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Yogen Fruz

Yogen Fruz was started in 1986 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Brothers and founders Aaron and Michael Serruya founded the company, and began selling franchises under its name in 1987. Yogen Fruz has since acquired other ice cream and frozen yogurt franchises and continued to open its own new locations. Today there are over 950 locations around the world.

Start-up Cost: $135.68K - 472.18K


Yogurtland Franchising Inc.

After immigrating from Korea to the United States, Philip Chang founded Yogurtland. Chang’s model is one of using real, fresh ingredients in all of his products. Part of the Yogurtland concept includes keeping the menu full of unique flavors, like Blue Lychee Bliss, Birthday Cupcake Batter, and Madagascar Vanilla Bean.

Start-up Cost: $329.8K - 615.6K


Young Rembrandts Franchise Inc.

Young Rembrandts offers art classes and camps for kids. Founder Bette Fetter started the company in 1988 after seeing the need for art programs geared toward young children. Fetter developed a model for her program and began selling franchises in 1997. More than 80 Young Rembrandts franchises are open today.

Start-up Cost: $40.25K - 48.6K

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