<== Hogi Yogi® ==>
Hogi Yogi and Teriyaki Stix
Hogi Yogi® and Terriyaki Stix® are two popular fast food restaurants that serve up a healthier cuisine than your typical fast food chain. Hogi Yogi and Terriyaki stick are two separate restaurants; however, you will often find them in the same building.
The Hogi Yogi was founded by Mike Clayton in 1989. The restaurant serve a whipped frozen yogurt and hoagie sandwiches. The cuisine is healthier than your typical fast food restaurant.
In 1995, Mike and Rick Clayton started a new restaurant called Teriyaki Stix®. This restaurant follows the current craze in Japanese fast food. The main stay of the Teriyaki Stix is a bowl of rice topped with a meat or veggie mix seasoned with a glaze of teriyaki, orange or sweet and sour sauce. The nutritional value of a meal is substantially better than your typical fast food fare.
The recession took a dire toll on Hogi Yogi. The company was riding high with 50+ franchises and a new concept called Yoasis (a Yogurt Oasis). The company has pared down to about seven shops. The Yoasis concept has been rebranded a Earth Fruits Yogurt which lists 9 locations.
The HogiYogi site claims that there are currently 70 Hogi Yogis and 50 in Utah, California, Idaho, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and North Dakota.
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