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|Wednesday, July 07, 2010|
Ice cream is a long-standing summer tradition, but the cheaper and healthier alternative of frozen yogurt is this summer's treat du jour in Portland.
Chicago-based consulting firm Mintel International says this mirrors a national trend, and predicts that frozen yogurt sales will grow from $195 million this year to about $211 million in 2013.
Read the full report at OregonLive.com.
Read our profile of YoCream and CEO John Hanna: Frozen assets.
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