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Get Ready for Red Mango Frozen Yogurt

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Tangy non-fat frozen yogurt, a trend spawned by food-savvy South Koreans, has flourished here for a couple of years, but I've always found it odd that some of the big-name fro-yo companies (Pinkberry, for example) haven't entered the Arizona market.

We have a five-month-long summer and they hesitate to bring us frozen desserts?

Well, here comes one of the big guns: Red Mango, founded in South Korea in 2002, is having its grand opening in Scottsdale (7000 E Mayo Blvd.) on June 20.

It will be the first of 20 Red Mango locations set to open in the state, thanks to a multi-unit development deal with Namara RM-AZ, which was announced today.

Have you tried it before, perhaps at one of their California locations? I am very curious...

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