Yogurts with special toppings and exotic fruit flavors are generating excitement and new business in the category, but they are also forcing retailers to constantly reset the section. Supermarket sales of yogurt for the 52 weeks ended April 24, 1994, reached $1.5 billion, an increase of 8.6% from the comparable period a year earlier, according to Information Resources Inc., Chicago. Corresponding unit volume was up 6.8% to 1.2 billion pints. This growth continues a turnaround in the ...

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