Sales of Greek-style yogurts have been picking up lately, according to two retailers that SN spoke with recently. “Greek style and probiotics are the big things now. We sell a lot of Greek-style yogurt, both full fat and light,” said Bryan Jackson, dairy manager at Ralph's Thriftway, Olympia, Wash. Jackson said that total yogurt sales have risen 10% during the past two years at Ralph’s Thriftway. Other retailers, too, said that Greek-style yogurt is a star right now. The two major yogurt ...

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