Back in '80s, frozen yogurt was a treat moms bribed their kids with when they went to the mall. The icy swirls may not have had the appeal of a tri-colored bomb pop or a chocolate-dipped soft serve, but at least the frozen treat might contain more sugar than an Orange Julius. TCBY—The Country's Best Yogurt, or, originally, This Can't Be Yogurt—was the dominant frozen yogurt purveyor. The first TCBY store opened in Arkansas in 1981, and the business was franchised to create hundreds of other shops before it lost ground to McDonald's cheap, ubiquitous twist cones and was... More >>>
Besides toppings, what's in frozen yogurt? Many shops won't say.