Yumi Yogurt to close Redwood City store after 35 years

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Yumi Yogurt announced today to disappointed customers that it will be closing the doors of its Redwood City location after 35 years.

The store providing yogurt and ice cream at 947 El Camino Real will have its last day on Sunday, Sept. 15.

A reason for the closure was not provided. But owners expressed gratitude to Redwood City area customers and hope they will visit its San Mateo location, which remains open at 3955 S. El Camino Real.

“Our ultimate goal was to provide a service, experience and product that was unique, memorable and unlike anything else,” the business stated on Facebook. “It is through our great team here and loyal customers that we have had such a tremendous run.”

Dozens of locals expressed shock and dismay over the closure of the family owned business.

“I have been your customer and dedicated fan for all those years and I am devastated to hear this!,” said one commenter.

Some posted memes with famous people and characters shouting “No!” or crying.

2 Comments

  1. Not too shocking considering all the ridiculous building that is going on in RWC. Just another casualty of bad decisions by our city leaders. I would bet it will be torn down to make way for even more housing, or it’s just another greedy landlord.

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