NEW YORK -- Supermarkets in and around the city, even though they court lunchtime customers, are not making single-serve dairy drinks easy to buy. r, N.Y., had positioned a couple of items -- Silk soy milk and Stonyfield Farms drinkable yogurt -- outside the dairy case. They're in a wall case devoted to vegetarian items, near small containers of cut fruit and within reach of rotisserie chickens and vacuum-packed cold cuts. But in the dairy case there, single-serve milks are all but ...

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