Greek yogurt goes mainstream

05/20/2010 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

In the past few years, Greek yogurt has gone from niche item to mainstream grocery staple, with sales doubling in 2009 to reach 10% of all yogurt sales. The Greek company Fage brought the yogurt to American audiences in 1998, and now it is sold by major brands Dannon and Yoplait.

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