Moonberries Frozen Yogurt becomes Orange Leaf

If you’re confused about the name of the frozen yogurt shop located in Underwood Plaza on Dickson Street, don’t feel bad. It’s been a bit of a whirlwind year.

The store, formerly Orange Mango and Moonberries Frozen Yogurt, is in the middle of another name change. It’s now called Orange Leaf. If you’re keeping score at home, that makes three names so far for the same frozen yogurt shop. Here’s how it went down.

Orange Mango opened in May of this year on Dickson Street. To avoid confusion with national chains Red Mango and Orange Leaf, they changed their name to Moonberries Frozen Yogurt three months later.

Last Thursday, we noticed that an Orange Leaf banner was hanging over the Moonberries sign, completing the trilogy of yogurt shop names (Orange Mango, Moonberries, Orange Leaf).

The shop is now under new ownership, and is part of the Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt franchise, a national frozen yogurt chain with over 60 locations in the U.S.

We are now part of the Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt franchise, with 60+ stores nationwide and growing! Check us out @ www.orangeleafyogurt.comless than a minute ago via web

From Twitter

We would like to say thanks to all of our loyal customers being patient with us as we make the full transition, which shouldn’t take much longer! By next week all of our flavors will be switched over to the Orange Leaf brand, which, if you’ve ever been to one of our locations before, you know that it is exceptionally well-tasting frozen yogurt! Come by and taste for yourself!

Whoever is in charge of the Twitter account promised that this would be the final name change.

“Orange Leaf is here to stay! Sorry for all the confusion!”