SINGAPORE – Spanish frozen yogurt chain Llaollao, which closed all its shops in Singapore on the finish of final 12 months, is coming again subsequent month .
It launches its first retailer at Changi Airport Terminal 2’s second flooring, subsequent to American doughnut chain Krispy Kreme. Details of the brand new grasp franchisee are nonetheless underneath wraps.
In December final 12 months, all 29 Llaollao shops have been taken over by one other frozen yogurt model known as Yole Frozen Yogurt, which will get its substances from Spain and Italy. This was reportedly a unilateral resolution made by the earlier franchisee.
Yole is run by D+1 Holdings, which additionally manages different meals and beverage ideas, similar to Italian restaurant chain O Mamma Mia and Spanish restaurant Tapas Club at Orchard Central.
On its exit from Singapore, Llaollao was fast to distance itself from the Yole model and stated in a press release on its Facebook web page that it was “far from finished” right here.
In an interview with The Straits Times in December final 12 months, Llaollao’s founder and chief government officer Pedro Espinosa known as Singapore a “key market” and stated they have been already on the lookout for new areas.
Llaollao opened its first outlet in Marina Square about 4 years in the past to snaking queues for its frozen yogurt, which was served with a selection of toppings starting from fruit to cereal and a number of sauces. The craze rapidly unfold throughout the island, with frequent strains at its city shops.