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Waka your way to a treat

14 March 2014 No Comment

Nichelle Steyn
Centurion residents don’t have to drive far to treat themselves to a delicious soft-serve frozen yogurt as Wakaberry recently opened their doors at the Southdowns Shopping centre in Irene.
This is the first Wakaberry store in Centurion and the third in Gauteng.
Wakaberry is a unique and interactive self-service, soft-serve frozen yoghurt bar; established in Durban that offer only the best – a 100% real frozen yoghurt which is low in fat content.
The flavours vary from store to store, but customers can expect a wide variety including classics like strawberry, vanilla, mixed berry and English toffee.
Some customers who are more adventurous can try exotic flavours such as green tea, pomegranate, kiwi and watermelon.
The health conscious customer can look forward to fresh fruits, nuts and cereals.
If you are not on a diet you can be downright wicked and you can spoil yourself with various interesting toppings to choose from in a variety of sweets, chocolates and sauces.
Hundreds of residents stood in line to receive their frozen yoghurt during opening day on 1 March 2014 and the first 50 visitors also received a Wakaberry goody bag.
Wakaberry is the first South African frozen yoghurt brand to offer this unique self-serve concept that allows each customer to be the boss of their own creation.
Customers can have as much or as little as they like by using the affordable pricing and pay-per-weight system available in each store.

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