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How Orange Leaf Bypassed Expensive POS with Mobile App
With the recent boom of frozen yogurt shops, numerous chains and independent stores have opened throughout the world. Typically the stores offer self-serve yogurt machines, where customers can choose from a variety of flavors and toppings, and then pay by the ounce. Orange Leaf is one of these frozen yogurt shops, but is revolutionizing the way customers pay for their yogurt.
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