Towson sweetFrog frozen yogurt shop closes

The downtown Towson location of sweetFrog, a national chain of build-your own frozen yogurt bowls, has closed, company officials said this week.

The chain sells frozen yogurt by weight that can be customized with selections from a toppings bar. Frog is an acronym for "Fully Rely on God," according to the store's website.

After a previous closure, the Richmond, Va. based frozen yogurt shop reopened its Allegheny Avenue store in 2016. Officials did not know if the store would reopen again after the latest closure.

A note taped to the Towson store’s window on Monday said the store was closed and encouraged customers to visit the chain’s locations in Perry Hall, Catonsville, Rosedale and Dundalk.

The company will also open a new location near the Maryland State Fairgrounds, in Timonium, soon, the note stated.

“At this point, the store is closed for now,” sweetFrog spokeswoman Sherry Sumerlin said Monday.

Questions about the reasons for the closing were directed to an operations manager who did not immediately return calls.

The chain operates more than 340 stores in 26 states, with international locations in the United Kingdom, Egypt and the Dominican Republic, according to its website.

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