The Pinkberry frozen yogurt chain, which accelerated franchise expansion with the opening of 25 units so far this year, has plans to debut another 11 locations over the next two months. In addition, after introducing delivery and catering services to certain markets in 2010, the Los Angeles-based chain said it will offer takeout containers for guests to bring its product home in larger quantities. The 98-unit chain is about 80-percent franchised and, while no new corporate units have been ...
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