Pinkberry Sips and Swirls With Two New Lemon Flavored Treats

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (March 1, 2017) – Pinkberry® (, is shaking things up with a new, fresh squeezed flavor just in time for spring. Meyer Lemon frozen yogurt will be available beginning March 1, for a limited time.

Meyer Lemon frozen yogurt is a tart citrus flavor that can be topped with sweet cinnamon crumble to create a featured combination called Lemon Crunch. For those who crave a delicious, mouthwatering refreshment, Pinkberry has also launched the Shaken Yogurt Lemonade. The new drink is made by combining Original Tart frozen yogurt with Lemonade, that’s then shaken and poured over ice.

“With spring in the air, Pinkberry is excited to squeeze two new items into our lineup for guests to enjoy,” said Laura Vandevier, director of marketing for Pinkberry. “They’re going to love the Meyer Lemon frozen yogurt, which provides the perfect balance of fresh citrus with a delightful sweetness, while the Shaken Yogurt Lemonade is a refreshing spring beverage that is sip-ly delicious.”

Meyer Lemon frozen yogurt and Shaken Yogurt Lemonade are available at participating U.S. Pinkberry stores now until April 25. For more information or store locations visit, “Like” Pinkberry on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter @Pinkberry.

About Pinkberry

Pinkberry® launched in Los Angeles, CA in 2005 as the original brand that reinvented frozen yogurt. Today, over a decade later, Pinkberry continues to create great tasting treats with fresh ingredients in an experience comprised of distinctive product, outstanding service and inspirational design. At Pinkberry you can taste the difference of an uncompromising commitment to quality and freshness. Most recently, Pinkberry was acquired by Scottsdale, Arizona-based Kahala Brands™, one of the fastest growing franchising companies in the world with a portfolio of 22 quick-service restaurant brands and approximately 2900 locations in 28 countries.

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