Where is Yogurtland Corporate office Headquarters

Yogurtland Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 17801 Cartwright Rd, Irvine, CA 92614, USA
  • Phone Number: 949-265-8000
  • Fax Number: 949-265-800
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees:N/A 
  • Established: 2006
  • Founder: Phillip Chang
  • Key People: Phillip Chang (CEO)

Yogurtland Headquarters Location & Directions

Yogurtland Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

John Wayne Carlson

Vice President of Development

Chad Bailey

Senior Director of Marketing

About Yogurtland, History and Headquarters Information

            Yogurtland is a chain of restaurants providing frozen yogurt. They are popular and famous for their self serve frozen yogurt. Their headquarters is located in Irvine, California. There are around 326 stores in 20 states.

The company as founded in 2006 by Phillip Chang. Its first store was opened in Fullerton, California. In 2011, it entered into a partnership with Sanrio. Since then the yogurtland stores began to sell t - shirts and sanrio characters. The characters were also printed on their cups. Sanrio is a Japanese company which produces products focussing Japanese culture, especially stationery and school supplies.

The company offers 16 flavours along with 33 toppings. The toppings include nuts, chocolate bits, oreo and syrups. The customers can also mix the flavours. Apart from this, they provide low - fat, gluten - free and dairy free flavours.

The company runs its business in UAE, Australia, Venezuela and Thailand.The last store was opened in Muscat city of Oman.

Yogurtland Headquarters Photos

  • JAMES A. HUNTER JR says:

    My partner and I frequent a few different Yogurtlands in our area. The WEHO and the Venice Blvd stores are our faves. Yesterday we had an hour to kill in Century City before Dr appt and decided to walk thru the Mall there to find the Yogurtland… to our disappoint we poured 2 cups of Yogurtland that came to $37.24!!! This was highway robbery!!! We are used to paying less than half that price for the servings we poured…. we could not believe the gouging of price at that Mall’s Yogurtland franchise…. never again there. Buyers beware! We could have bought a half tank of gas for the price of 2 frozen yogurts…Something is very very wrong with that picture.

  • Olga says:

    The yogurts are amazing. I’m looking to see about purchasing some of your spoons. I have special needs students and the spoons you have at your stores are the best ones that I have used during meal time. Is there a way you can donate some for my classroom. I work at a special education center in Los Angeles and this would be an amazing thing to have in my classroom and share with the other teachers.

  • Ann says:

    The Monrovia location locked the doors 15 min before closing time on 5/7.
    Very rude staff.

  • Jeremy Schreurs says:

    You should open the yougrtland in the Hillsdale mall. Allot of kids and people come down there

  • Ann says:

    Please bring salted Carmel back!!

    Thank you

  • BJ says:

    There is a terrible flaw in the flow of self service in having some of the sauces (hot fudge, salted caramel that is extremely hard to pump and slower than molasses in January, etc) AFTER the register.

    This makes ZERO sense when the syrups need to be in the cup and weighed before the purchase.

    This causes a disruption in the business flow and has the potential to cause violence from between customers.

    I am a regular customer who recently experienced a verbal attack based on this unnecessary flaw in the counter design.

    This needs to be immediately addressed before someone gets hurt while trying to enjoy what should otherwise be a pleasant experience.

    I did attempt to call the corporate office to no avail and then s/w the local manager who stated this issue has been brought up by others in the past, but the design is still in place.

    I also asked about cameras because a recording of this incident is proof that the counter design could result in violence.

    Wondering if a personal video of the attack going viral, which would result in negative publicity is desirable versus common sense in correcting an obvious flaw in the design of this self service concept.

    I anticipate an intelligent response in this matter and thank you for your prompt consideration.

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