The yogurt category these days is plenty active. Its ability to straddle the spectrum of consumer needs is keeping the category a pivotal player in the dairy case. Indeed, in some cases, strong demand -- and fierce loyalty to specific brands and types of yogurt -- are proving to be too much of a good thing as retailers struggle with out-of-stocks and a squeeze on available space in the dairy. Yogurt has come a long way, said Jack Demoulas, dairy buyer at Demoulas SuperMarkets, Tewksbury, ...

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