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    Yogurt Shops in Syracuse


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    Business Listing   Antonio's Ice Cream - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 461-9814


    Business Listing   Arctic Island Ice Cream - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 469-1234


    Business Listing   Big Dip - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 452-5877


    Business Listing   Carvel Ice Cream Store - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 455-5211


    Business Listing   Cold Stone Creamery - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 701-2840


    Business Listing   Kia Ora Ice Cream - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 466-6706


    Business Listing   KOHR BROS Frozen Custard - Syracuse, NY - Phone: (315) 466-1415


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    Helpful Definition for: Yogurt Shops


    Yogurt shops in Syracuse are simply the favorite spots to chill out with frozen yogurt. These stores offer yogurt by weight, and patrons can add a variety of toppings to their treats. A perfect cup of yogurt is creamy, healthy and contains the right blend of sweet and tart flavor. They contain all the nutritional benefits of actual yogurt. The original mix may be in powder form which can be used alone or as a base to create other flavors. It can be customized to suit one’s personal palette. They offer mini, small, medium and large choices with a wide selection of toppings.

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