Remember when a frozen yogurt war broke out in Singapore in December last year?
Ah, don’t you just love it when frozen yogurt chains throw shade at each other.
Fans of llaollao mourned its departure when they suddenly announced a sudden closure of all its 29 outlets across Singapore and was replaced by another frozen yogurt brand, Yolé.
Great news for fans of llaollao, your favourite frozen yoghurt brand that you know and love is finally back in Singapore with a new store at Changi Airport!
Make Frozen Yogurt Great Again
Llaollao had said in a statement on Facebook then that it was “far from finished in Singapore” and was working to keep the brand in the country.
True to their words, llaollao returned to Singapore on 16 June at Changi Airport Terminal 2 next to American doughnut chain Krispy Kreme and Taiwan’s TP Tea.
If you are one of those people who still believe that if something tastes good it can’t be healthy, then you haven’t tried Sanum. Made from skimmed milk, its Sanum which is a yogurt parfait topped with three layers of fresh, seasonal fruit, muesli, honey and drizzled with sauces!
Totally guilt-free and perfect on a hot day.
To mark their return, llaollao has planned a series of promotions, including the chance for the first five customers to win six months’ supply of its popular Sanum (one redemption per week for six months).
The rest of the first 100 customers will also get to win other prizes in a lucky dip.
It will also be introducing a loyalty card, which customers can use to collect stamps and redeem a small tub of frozen yoghurt.
Best part, they’ll be opening a second store in Tampines 1 mall at the end of June, with more outlets in the pipeline after that.
Step aside Yolé, llaollao is FINALLY back in town and here to stay!
Llaollao (Changi Airport)
Address: 60 Airport Boulevard, Level 2 (Departure Hall), Changi Airport Terminal 2, Singapore 819643
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(Header Image Source: llaollao Singapore Facebook and @noamisohungry)