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I was going to post this in the many Pinkberry posts so there wouldn't be yet another Pinkberry-related post but thought it deserved its own post.

I went to Pinkberry in K-town a couple weeks ago and found the prices way too high. It just isn't a good value. $6+ for yogurt? I wasn't impressed by how it tasted either. I have had comparable yogurt elsewhere. I wouldn't say I'm crazy about fro-yo, but I do like it from time to time.

The other night I went to Yogurt Land in Fullerton on Chapman and State College for the second time. They have similar tart plain yogurt as well as green tea and about 10 other flavors. You can put whatever type of toppings and as many as you want. They weigh the yogurt and whatever you put on it. It's only 30 cents an ounce (the employees have it printed on their t-shirts). My yogurt came out to under 3 bucks loaded with blueberries, strawberries and graham cracker crust. I thought it tasted better than what I had previously had at Pinkberry.

If you are ever in North Orange County, I'd recommend going to Yogurt Land. My experiences there have been much better than Pinkberry.

Yogurt Land:
Better Prices
Similar Plain Tart Yogurt
More Flavors
Personalized Toppings
Less hype
Free Wi-fi
Boba Drinks

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  1. Thanks for the tip. I've been going crazy with all the posts on Pinkberry. Good to know that finally, something like it, which you think is better and cheaper is in OC.

    I'm going to check this out as soon as I can.

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    1. hurrah! Your place sounds good---now all I need is a reason to go to Fullerton. Alas, the closest I am likely to get is Santa Ana.

      I work in Westwood and a pinkberry recently opened up. I went in to check it out and was floored by the prices---the idea that someone would pay nearly $10 for some frozen yogurt for a snack is incomprehensible to me. I took my husband by the place today to look at the prices. There was a woman with a $6 thing of yogurt [the largest size] with two types of fruit--banana and blackberries. I swear, she had 4 blackberries and less than a third of a banana. And I know that is all she got because the yogurt was still swirled and untouched. Given the price, its clear that I won't even get to try the stuff unless I can find some schmuck to pick up the tab.

      I guess this is what happens next once people accept the idea of the five dollar cup of joe aka a starbucks fancy latte.

        1. I tried the plain yogurt and green tea flavors at Yogurtland today. The plain yogurt at Yogurtland tastes pretty similar to Pinkberry and Kiwiberri - maybe a little sweeter and a little more icy.

          Having only gotten samples of the green tea yogurt at both Pinkberry and Kiwiberri, I say that Yogurtland's green tea flavor is a sweeter and has a bit more green tea flavor.

          I got a rather large helping of both plain and green tea in one cup and added some gorgeous looking blackberries. It was probably more than the mediums at Pinkberry or the regular at Kiwiberri and it was only $4!

          1. America's Cup on 17th st. in Costa Mesa is the absolute best yogurt in OC.