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Window shopping business briefs for Aug. 14, 2014
Oklahoman Published: August 14, 2014
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Chocolatier adds coffee flavors

— Oklahoma-based Bedre Fine Chocolate is introducing a new line of chocolate-flavored coffee. A blend of Arabica coffee, Bedre Coffee is available in dark chocolate and milk chocolate flavors. Bedre Coffee is available at Chickasaw Travel Stops, the new Exhibit C gallery in Oklahoma City’s Bricktown District, the Bedre Cafe in Sulphur, Sovereign Medical locations, WinStar World Casino, Riverwind Casino and other casino gift shops. For more information, go to bedrechocolates.com.

Gold’s Gym expands to Yukon

— Texas-based Gold’s Gym will open its fifth Oklahoma City metro area club in Yukon. The new gym will open Monday at 12701 NW 10 in Yukon. The gym has amenities including free-weights, a full cardio selection, Cardio Cinema, GGX, an indoor pool, cycle studio certified personal trainers, free group exercise, locker rooms and a kids’ club.

Company launches apparel line

— Counterclock Custom T-shirts has launched its own apparel line through an new e-store. Brian Downs, owner of Edmond-based Counterclub has produced 11,000 pieces of custom apparel in the past eight months. Counterclock has also entered into licensing agreements that allow the company to produce apparel for The University of Central Oklahoma and campus Greek organizations. More information is available at www.CounterclockTees.com.

Dairy Queen to make donation

— The Dairy Queen at 2301 Telephone Road will donate $1 from every blizzard sale Thursday to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Burger King drops healthy fries

Burger King is pulling its more-healthful crinkle-cut French fries, known as Satisfries, from most of its North American restaurants as customer interest in low-fat options went cold. The Miami, Fla.-based fast-food king said Wednesday that franchisees were given the option to keep them on the menu, but two-thirds of the chains decided to discontinue Satisfries. The low-fat, reduced-calorie fries debuted less than a year ago in an effort to attract more-healthful eaters. Customers will be able to purchase the more-healthful fries at only 2,500 outlets across North America. The fries were made with a different batter that enabled them to absorb less oil when frying.

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