Local chamber welcomes new sweet treat bar

Photo courtesy of Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce
Pamela Brown of Budget Blinds of Stillwater and chamber ambassador, left; Erica Oesterreich, Greater Stillwater Chamber membership director; Robin Anthony of PartyOn Stillwater and chamber ambassador; Jody Jordan, CherryBerry owner; Scott Zahren of Hope House; Randy Jordan, CherryBerry owner; Todd Kockelman of K-F Financial and chamber ambassador; Jim Herbert of First State Bank & Trust and chamber ambassador; John Ruiz of IVue Digital Advertising and chamber ambassador; Debbie Suennen Rickard, Chamber staff and ambassador; and Chris Foster of Valley Installations and chamber ambassador attended a Nov. 7 ribbon cutting at the Jordan’s CherryBerry yogurt bar in downtown Stillwater. Rose Floral of Stillwater donated the ribbon.

Area business owners joined CherryBerry owners Jody and Randy Jordan for a Nov. 7 Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting at the Main Street yogurt shop.

CherryBerry is a self-serve frozen yogurt bar offering more than 50 premium, healthy and fat-free frozen yogurt flavors rotated throughout the year, including seasonal flavors. They also offer over 50 toppings from candies and granola, to fruits and specialty nuts. CherryBerry even offers dairy-free and gluten-free options. Customers can sample the yogurt flavors before deciding on what they want, and they fill their cup with whatever combination of flavors and toppings they choose. The cost of their treat is based on its weight.

The Jordans are Stillwater residents and opened the business in the spring. They both manage the operation along with working full-time day jobs.

CherryBerry is at 125 South Main St. in downtown Stillwater. They are open 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Visit their Facebook page by searching CherryBerry-Stillwater or call 651-342-0128 for more information.