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Frurt's Plans For Expansion At MediaCityUK

The brand will be bringing it's frozen yoghurt to MediaCityUK in April

Published on March 21st 2013.


Frurt's Plans For Expansion At MediaCityUK
 

FRURT, is bringing its range of fat-free frozen yoghurts, fruit parfaits, fruit cups, smoothies and hot and cold drinks to MediaCityUK.

There will also be a range of dairy and non-dairy, vegan, vegetarian and kosher options available as well as monthly special yoghurt

Opening in early April 2013, Frurt will be located on the ground floor exterior of the Garage (car park) and will be the fourth store in Manchester for husband and wife team Syed and Shaza Ul Hassan.

The store will continue to offer frozen yoghurt product range - which apparently is fat-free, low in sugar, low in calories and full of live active cultures.

There will also be a range of dairy and non-dairy, vegan, vegetarian and kosher options available as well as monthly special yoghurt i.e. New York Cheesecake Red Velvet Cake and Cookies and Cream flavour.

Prices will start at £1.50 for a cone to £5.50 for a large freezer takeaway tub.

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11 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

AnonymousMarch 21st 2013.

There is something distasteful about the number of expensive shops clustering at Media City, a development dependent on a very well paid public sector workforce that is insulated from most of the effects of the recession.

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Hero
Manc GuyMarch 21st 2013.

I feel the same away about some of the retail in Spinningfields, because of their close proximity to the courts buildings and prison vans. Not distasteful, but perhaps more ironic.

AnonymousMarch 21st 2013.

But a frozen yoghurt stall on the South Bank in close proximity to ITV's London Studios would be allowable?

Not sure what your point is Anon.

Hero
Manc GuyMarch 21st 2013.

Expansion? The one in Spinningfields [in the photo] is empty when I pass it twice a day. Frozen food's not a big seller in Manchester IMO. Piccadilly Gardens anyone?

AnonymousMarch 21st 2013.

Wanc guy

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AnonymousMarch 21st 2013.

I think I'm great, even though I know that I have a personality only a mother could love.

AnonymousMarch 22nd 2013.

HAHAHHAHA.

Beast from WeasteMarch 21st 2013.

I have to disagree with 'distasteful about the number of expensive shops clustering at Media City'

No-one is forced to shop at Media City and if you go a mile up Langworthy Rd South / Langworthy Rd, you can park free for 3 hours at Salford Precinct and see the other end of shopping

AnonymousMarch 26th 2013.

Nothing in the middle then Beast? But the idea of Radio Three's Breakfast Team munching though the dish in the photo to Mozart , Strauss, and Britten made my night.

Incidentally the Crown Court is well situated opposite the wreck of an employment exchange with no adjacent supply of 'builders tea': clearly an emblem of Manchester's eventual fate. Indeed there is a whole distopia in this part of town, where the zombies of past hopes roam.

Corrie MartinJuly 24th 2013.

Went to Media City branch, which is self-service with price determiend by weight, last weekend. Smallest tub, not overfilled, with 2 toppings (1 spoon of each), and it was £6.10. I nearly fell over. The girl behind the counter seemed to think that was absolutely normal - I thought I must be leaning on the scale. If a large takeaway tub is supposed to be £5.50, I don't see how it's humanely possible for this to be right. Had an almost identical tub in the Spinningfields store recently and it was half the price. Seriously think the scales are wonky. Enormous rip-off.

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IanJuly 24th 2013.

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