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My visit to Mochi Frozen Yogurt on 145 Orange Ave, Orlando FL. I consider myself a fairly educated consumer, label reader or will ask for ingredient info. but when I asked the young ladies behind the counter. The answer was..."we don't have that information, no one has ever asked for it" WHAT????!!! I will advise the owners of this establishment to educate their staff as to what they are feeding there customer in the yogurt the are selling, and my I say at a very expensive $.53 per Oz. plus tax. AT LEASE TELL ME WHAT I'M PUTTING INTO MY BODY. I would advised other customer to BEWARE of these new healthy snack businesses popping up every were. ASK!, INQUIRE! If they can't backup there product DO NOTGIVE THEM THE PROFIT.
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#513772 Review #513772 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Orlando, Florida
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I'm first in line, but I have to go line up again?

The shop was empty when I entered it, I'm basically the only customer there for the next ten minutes. There's a staff of some four, five people in the shop, all of which don't bother with me at all. Then this guy comes into the shop and loudly makes an order. Suddenly everyone jumps to attention. Out of nowhere someone starts taking down orders. Taking a cue from this guy, I TRY to make my order, but the lady taking down orders now tells me to go line up. There's a line of some six, eight people by now. I've been in the shop for ten minutes. I'm first in line, everybody else showed up after, and now I'm last? What the ***? That's not how lines work!
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#259431 Review #259431 is a subjective opinion of poster.
Dallas, Texas


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Mochi Sweets is a Vietnamese manufacture of traditional Japanese desserts. Mochi is a rice cake. It is made of mochigome, which is special japonica glutinous rice. First, the rice is turned into paste. Afterwards the paste is molded into a necessary shape. In the country of origin the ceremony of making the dessert has a special name. There it is called Mochitsuki. Mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year, but it is also eaten all year round. Mochi Sweets offers deserts in a variety of flavors: orange, coconut, durian, cream peach, chestnut cream and much more.

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