Frozen yogurt all the way from the USA! Tutti Frutti partners with DC Strategy

Frozen yogurt all the way from the USA! Tutti Frutti partners with DC Strategy.

International franchise sensation Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt is back, bigger and better than ever!

After years of hugely successful growth worldwide, this beloved American company has had a revamp, but still upholds its mission of providing high quality, healthy frozen yogurt, as well as giving control back to their customers through a modern self-serve concept.

Respected and experienced franchisors Tim Newman-Morris and Bret Stremski, Directors of the successful Lollipop’s Playland franchise, are the brains behind the Tutti Frutti revamp, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge and success.

Both directors have played the role of franchisee, with Bret having franchised with McDonald’s & Tim with the original Australian Lollipop’s franchise. Safe to say, the pair possess a wealth of knowledge focused on targeting higher profitability for the franchisee. Lollipop’s has been successfully operating for over 20 years, and the pair have expanded the franchise across 4 countries, with 35 locations operating worldwide, with another 5 set to open in 2019.

Having researched and experienced the market first-hand, the pair identified an opportunity in a great segment of the market, resulting in the re-working and re-modelling of the well-known Tutti Frutti brand. Through their extensive experience within the Lollipop’s franchise, the pair have refined the Tutti Frutti model, focusing on higher profitability for the franchisee, including site identification and new product lines.

Tutti Frutti first opened its doors in Southern-California back in 2008, and is now available in more than 25 countries around the world- including 10 sites right here in Australia, where they opened their Melbourne company-owned store in 2011. Now, Tutti Frutti has over 600 sites open worldwide, and is expanding quickly!

Frozen yogurt all the way from the USA! Tutti Frutti partners with DC Strategy.