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Owner of Menlo Park's Yogurt Stop plans retirement

Uploaded: Aug 21, 2018
The owner of the longtime Yogurt Stop in Menlo Park is planning to retire at the end of August, according to the Almanac News.

Soheila Khalili has operated the beloved, modest frozen yogurt shop for more than 30 years at 401 El Camino Real.


Owner Soheila Khalili at the Yogurt Stop in 2013. Almanac file photo.

The Almanac reports some good news, however: Khalili plans to pass the business on to a successor, though she hasn't yet disclosed any details.

Read more about her retirement and the evolution of the frozen yogurt business in the Almanac's story.
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