Woody’s Yogurt Place Once Again Voted as Best Yogurt Shop in Marin County
The IFYA congratulates Woody’s Yogurt Place, Swirl of Honor member since 2013, on being named the Best Frozen Yogurt in the Pacific Sun’s annual Best of Marin Poll for the second year in a row. Woody’s Yogurt Place was selected by the readers of the Pacific Sun. Over 75,000 votes on average are submitted each year for the Best of Marin Vote in many categories.
In addition to winning the Best Frozen Yogurt Shop in the Best of Marin Poll this year, Woody’s Yogurt Place was also selected as the Best Eco-Conscious Business as well. The shop won this recognition due to its major recycling efforts and for the water recycling system that was installed on its roof back in 2001. This water recycling system greatly reduces the amount of water that the yogurt machines consume. Instead of water going down the drain immediately after the yogurt machines use it, it cycles up to the roof to this system. The water makes about 6 cycles and what little water is left over that doesn’t naturally evaporate as part of the process, goes down the drain.
Woody’s Yogurt Place is run by Michael “Woody” Woodson and his son, Brian Woodson. Brian says that they are “extremely proud and humbled to be blessed with 2 amazing awards this year.”
To celebrate their special recognition with their customers, Woody’s Yogurt Place will be having a 25 % off day on Saturday, May 14.
* WOODY’S YOGURT PLACE: 802 Strawberry Village, Mill Valley, CA 94941
About Woody’s Yogurt Place
Woody’s Yogurt Place is Marin County’s premier destination for frozen yogurt, ice cream and whole fruit smoothies. We are a family run business that has been serving the community since 1964.
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