Consumer demand is the driving force behind the stream of Greek-style yogurts coming to the market. Like other yogurts, Greek-style preparations contain active cultures, but are much thicker. Last year, Greek-style yogurt was popularized as a lower-fat version of whipped cream after Oprah talked about it on her syndicated TV show. “Oprah mentioned it, so people ask for it,” said Carrie Taylor, registered dietitian for Big Y Foods, Springfield, Mass. Brands on the market include: Fage; ...

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