Tutti Frutti makes a comeback in Malaysia with brand new outlet at Damansara Heights

The once-popular frozen yogurt franchise has finally made its long-awaited comeback in Malaysia. Yes folks, after having disappeared for quite awhile, the Californian frozen yoghurt store, Tutti Frutti has now opened an outlet in Plaza Damansara, Damansara Heights.

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The best part is that the old method of using weighing scales to measure the frozen yogurt and toppings has been removed. The prices are now fixed (I am personally pleased about this) so no more surprises await customers at the counter.

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The Naza group brought in the American frozen yogurt chain in Malaysia and opened its first store in Sunway Pyramid in 2009. Customers enjoyed that they had the choice to choose their own toppings to go with the yogurt of their choice.

Tutti Frutti eventually grew to 119 outlets all over the country. However, complaints about its quality and price gradually saw all shops in Malaysia close around 2016.

Whether it’s plain or flavoured frozen yogurt, with toppings ranging from fruits, chocolates, nuts or cereal, Tutti Frutti will fix all your sweet cravings. Head down to the Plaza Damansara outlet today!

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