Self-Serve Yogurt Emporium Coming to Main Street

A soft-serve, self-serve yogurt shop coming to the corner of Factory and Main streets, with a second location in Hudson.

Sylvan Newby is the frozen yogurt guru of the south. He believes he's part of the second coming of the frozen yogurt craze, which began in 2005 with chains like Pinkberry.

What Newby is selling now is the reinvention of boutique yogurt shops – he's a franchisor for Yogurt, In Love, and has franchised a pair of self-serve shops to Mark Maynard of Nashua, who  will be opening for business soon at 143 Main Street.

A second, scaled back location will open in Hudson next week, as a yogurt kiosk inside the Lucky Market, 16 Chase Street.

Customers will be able to choose from about a dozen flavors of fat-free yogurt, typically sold for about .50 cents an ounce, measured after selection of toppings which will range from fresh fruit to cookie and candy crumbles. Machines will also offer a "twist" version, combining two flavors into one dish.

The featured yogurt is by Honey Hill Farms, of Arkansas.

Target opening for the Nashua location depends on how quickly the sleek pink-and-white signature interior comes together, but likely it will be within the next 30-45 days, said David Lee, who will be managing the Hudson stand.

Carolyn Dube July 31, 2012 at 03:34 PM
Ooo. I like this :)
Paul Mercury July 31, 2012 at 04:51 PM
There is a self-serve frozen yougurt place in Salem, MA I went to a few weeks ago. The place was slammed with customers. I loved it. Lots of different flavors of fresh yogurt, with tons of different toppings. I'll check this place out.


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