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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