THE YOGURT CATEGORY used to be a choice between simple flavors like vanilla or lemon. True fans might have gone one step further and debated their preference for “fruit on the bottom” or mixed. Today, some people claim there are too many choices. The supermarket dairy aisle has everything from natural and organic options to functional formulas featuring probiotics and fiber. There are ethnic and niche offerings as well, like Greek-style and goat's milk yogurt. It comes in tubs and tubes ...

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