NEW YORK Pinkberry and a compatriot concept from South Korea, Red Mango, snap up locations to sell their unusually tart and pricey specialties in New York City. â€”Manhattan has become a battleground for new-wave frozen-yogurt chains as the Los Angeles-based phenomenon Pinkberry, whose original store boasts a 1,600-customer-per-day sales record, has a big head start in the New York invasion. The chain, which has 25 California branches, has ...
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