The refrigerated yogurt category is being transformed by the nation's focus on low-fat eating. The pattern is simple: low-fat and nonfat is in, while "fattier" whole milk yogurts are fading out. Retailers and other dairy industry executives told SN that nonfat yogurts, particularly sugar-free varieties, are experiencing tremendous growth. "Nonfat and sugar-free yogurts are the fastest growing segment of the yogurt category," said Denise Biencourt, dairy buyer at Waremart, Salem, Ore., an ...

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