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The Buzz About Froyo's

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Good Morning, Manila!

David's Pure Frozen Yogurt from the Salcedo Market is generating a lot of buzz lately. After 4 weeks of continuous product sampling in the Salcedo Market, Froyo's is definitely a winner. Let me share with you a bit of trivia about it:

- These Froyos are flavored fresh yogurt. They are indeed made from 100% fresh yogurt. No Refined Sugar. Nothing Artificial. Just Fresh Yogurt and another flavor. Don't expect to get a plain yogurt flavor because it would be a bit sour. Most of the other frozen yogurt are made from powdered yogurt. My mom would love this!

- Yogurt is made from New Zealand Milk. According to David, New Zealand milk is the best source for the yogurt. He makes it fresh and it is the secret to his highly raved about Froyo's.

- My favorite flavors are Dutch Chocolate and Vanilla. The Dutch Chocolate is an adult flavor that gives an intense dark chocolate taste. (I think he uses champorado, don't you think?). Vanilla is a favorite because the taste is clean and refreshing. Aidan loves the vanilla flavor. The other flavors are Mango Blast (made with fresh mangoes), Mud Slide (coffee & chocolate with fudge & walnuts), Coffee and Coffee Strawberry.

- Froyo's is named after the popular American term for Frozen Yogurt. Why not name your product with how college students call Frozen Yogurt? It is indeed clever.

- David's healthy stuff is popular in a Waldorf school. The buzz is David sells healthy products in a Waldorf school. Every meal time, his stuff gets wiped out by the kids. When he decided to apply in Salcedo Market, the waiting list was long. The organizers gave him a break on the waiting list and asked him to bring his cart around the Salcedo Market to see how his product will go.

- David is opening a Dessert Bar in Arama, Serendra. Arama is the new name of Chcocolate de Batirol in Serendra (besides Larry's Bar). They got the first franchise and I'm excited that I can get my healthy dose of Froyo's in Serendra. I do hope they open next weekend.

- Froyo's are sold in 3 sizes. 140 gms single serving at P65 , a pint(475 gms) at P190 and 1/2 gallon (1.9 kilos) at P650. To order call Dave +63 918 614-7479 or Rob +63927-263-9198. They also sell Rice Cremes made from organic rice.

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Maybe it's about to create a database or side-by-side comparison with this. Grabe! Ang dami na nila! Ang hirap na icompare isa isa :)

Can't wait to try it...looks delish!

BTW, don't you find it kinda weird that all these yogurt, gelato, ice cream stalls/stores are poppin' up around the metro, when it's already the rainy season?

How come you're not featuring the Salcedo Market more? There are lots of food treasures there! My personal fave is the Tequilla mussels and Prawns a la plancha from the cute spanish guy that looks like a pirate :)

....hello salcedo street open flea market a lot of caucasian americans europeans hispanics arabs asians some africans etc. who married to new modern FILIPINA'S maria clara involved in latest new MOBILE micro enteprepreurships 'craze' in asia are the NEW WEALTHY or NEW MILLIONNAIRES OF ASIA....they are happy living a 'green' good healthy new in life way to go i am happy for them lol....

more salcedo street like open flea markets is a 'must' in all luzon visayas mindanao philippines must challenge the world that they ARE the NEW promising world model in eradicating poverties world hunger that will change the old world course of NO challenges NO lives INTO a new world of families 'happiness' inter active lively fun filled "micro entrepreneurships" that if nurtured right will make those small businesses 'owners' the new asian millionnaires something NEW to look forward i will join the crowd of new entrepreneurships filipino styles lol

a bloggers corner called pinoy lakwatsa by a lady name 'mitch guevarra' if i'm not mistaken has also a very 'interesting' challenging websites corner

So they are the ones who make Rice Cremes. I saw a guy in TV demonstrate how to make Rice Cremes. They are very clever!

I think it is a great idea to sell healthy products to Filipinos. In other parts of the world, healthy products with pure ingredients is the hottest craze.

new scramble 'craze' would be a fast selling hot item but sell them in a super lightweight mobile stainless scramble carts with a folding chair umbrella to beat the sun..scramble is an easy less complicated job to do than halo halo lol

i love love love Froyo!! my favorite flavor is the strawberry :D

We finally tried the Froyo at the Salcedo Market. Tastes like ice cream! No sour taste! Yum!

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