(PRNewswire) - Though yogurt is consumed at a much smaller rate per capita in the U.S. compared to other countries, recent years have exposed a great deal of excitement for the product. Yogurt has risen from the misconception by some consumers as merely being ice cream's "ugly cousin" or a slightly ...

(PRNewswire) - Though yogurt is consumed at a much smaller rate per capita in the U.S. compared to other countries, recent years have exposed a great deal of excitement for the product. Yogurt has risen from the misconception by some consumers as merely being ice cream's "ugly cousin" or a slightly more palatable cottage cheese alternative to now occupying a prominent place in the pantheon of better-for-you food choices.

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