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Froots opens 2nd franchise at GPO

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Froots officially opened its second Guam store this morning at the Guam Premier Outlets in Tamuning.  Franchise owner Christine Baleto Says the current store in the Agana Shopping Center is the highest performing nationwide, and the Tamuning location is the natural choice for expansion.

Baleto does admit that the opening of the sandwich, salads and smoothie shop did come with a few challenges.  "We had hope to do it in March of this year, but of course with the challenges we had it was delayed, nonetheless its worth it we've been doing well since it opened especially now that people are aware that the GPO location is now open."

The 2nd Froots store is located in the GPO Food Court.

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