Greek yogurt craze limits shelf space for other products

Shopping for traditional yogurt has become increasingly more difficult with the booming market for Greek yogurt, which now makes up more than one-third of the yogurt in a typical grocery store. Stores such as SUPERVALU and Meijer have dropped other products in order to stock more Greek yogurt, which today takes up a total of 631,000 linear feet of U.S. grocery shelf space out of yogurt's total 2.2 million linear feet, according to IRI data from Stonyfield.

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