Milk, yogurt and even butter tout value-added health elements that spur sales
YOGURT WITH FIBER. Milk with probiotics and omega-3s. Butter from hormone-free, grass-fed cows — What's the dairy aisle coming to? Perhaps the better question is: How far can it go? As one of the primary gateways leading to whole health, dairy always has been a favorite among consumers. These days, they're finding a lot more to like. Processors are adding benefits in the form of health-enhancing probiotics and omega-3s, and retailers are lapping up the profits. “The more consumers learn ...
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