Yogurtland to close all Australian stores, cites ‘economic impact' of COVID-19

The stores will cease trading on 28 March.

Frozen yoghurt chain Yogurtland Australia announced it will shut down all stores nationwide.

“After eight years of making bad days good and good days great, we have made the difficult decision to close all Yogurtland Australia locations,” the chain said in an announcement on social media.

“The ongoing ban on our self-serve model and economic impact of COVID-19 have taken their toll and despite our best efforts, we are unable to move forward,” it added.

The stores will cease trading on March 28.

“We are so happy that you chose to make Yogurtland a part of your life and we want to thank you for the love, support and memories. We will miss our communities who embrace us as a local business, our guests we loved to serve and most of all our Yogurtland team members who made it all possible,” it said.

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