Torn between buying a sandwich franchise or a frozen yogurt franchise? If so, here's a franchise opportunity that lets you offer both: great sandwiches and great frozen yogurt. Hogi Yogi!
Inactive Franchise Profile — Hogi Yogi
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Americans are more concerned about their health than ever before. They want food that is quick and easy, but they want food that is neither fried nor greasy. Hogi Yogi offers the perfect solution.
Hogi Yogi blends two popular foods in the fast food industry: submarine (hoagie) sandwiches and frozen yogurt.
Years of research and work went into a few restaurants before franchising started in 1993. Hogi Yogi is continually testing and doing research to stay on the cutting edge and offer customers the best food at the best prices.
Serving customers good, quality food in a reasonably short amount of time and doing so with a smile is the ongoing goal.
If you'd like to own a Hogi Yogi of your own, take more time to explore Hogi Yogi franchise opportunities by visiting the Hogi Yogi website.
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