(Continued from page 2) The Oklahoma City, Okla.-based Orange Leaf frozen yogurt concept is aggressively pushing nontraditional growth with the goal of doubling its store count over the next few years, both domestic and overseas. Currently the chain has more than 300 locations, with another 82 under construction. In December, the chain began offering franchisees a new 26-foot mobile unit option, modeled after a food truck, as well as a 150 square foot to 400 square foot kiosk model ...

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