July 10 2011

IPOH, July 10, 2011 - As part of its role as a responsible corporate citizen, Naza Tutti Frutti (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd today donated a new Kia Pregio van to the Rumah Siraman Kasih orphanage.

The brand-new 12-seater van will provide the orphanage with some much needed transport.

"We are happy that we are able to assist Rumah Siraman Kasih with this Pregio van. We believe it is imperative for corporations to do their part in giving back to society," said En Izham Hakimi Hamdi, Managing Director of Naza Tutti Frutti.

In addition, a total 50 children from the orphanage were treated to lunch and frozen yogurt at Tutti Frutti's latest outlet in Ipoh.

The new outlet in Ipoh, located in Medan Gopeng, is part of a rapid expansion exercise by the company. To-date, the Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt network in Malaysia has expanded to 40 outlets which includes three outlets overseas.

Naza Tutti Frutti is the master license holder for Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia and Brunei.

The company has embarked on a sub-licensee programme which offers entrepreneurs the chance to be part of Tutti Frutti's exciting growth prospects.

Through the programme, companies that are awarded a sub-license will be able to open Tutti Frutti outlets in specific markets agreed upon with Naza Tutti Frutti.

"In October 2009, two months after being appointed the master license holder for the brand, we had just one Tutti Frutti outlet in Malaysia. Today, as a result of our successful sub-license program, we have 37 outlets nationwide and three overseas.

"By the end of this year, we plan to add at least another 25 in Malaysia," said En Izham.