Yogurt sales continue to climb, with industry sources predicting a bright future for the category
Like many products, yogurt faced slowing sales during the recession. But, sales never stopped heading up. Total dollar sales for refrigerated yogurt sold in supermarkets were up 4.8% for the 52 weeks ending Dec. 26, 2009, and volume sales were up 4.7% during the same period, according to the Nielsen Co. No small feat for a $3.7 billion category. For the same time period, Chicago-based market research firm Information Resources Inc. shows yogurt dollar sales at all U.S. food stores up ...
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