The frozen yogurt segment is heating up as both young chains and established players continue to expand. Red Mango, which debuted its first U.S. store in 2007, recently opened its 100th location in Columbia, Mo., and said it plans to open 100 more units this year. Meanwhile, the 30-year-old TCBY brand said Thursday it had signed a development agreement that calls for the opening of 200 of its new self-serve model. TCBY said Lone Star Yogurt has signed on as an area developer to grow the ...

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