At Brigido’s Fresh Market in Slatersville, R.I., dairy and frozen food manager Peter Augustyn has noticed the dairy case looks a bit different than it did a few years ago: The yogurt section is now split almost half and half between Greek products and more traditional varieties. “It’s just growing and growing,” Augustyn said of the Greek yogurts. Other retailers similarly have seen a jump in Greek yogurt sales as consumers make the switch from traditional ...
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