After the rapid rise of Greek yogurt into a $2 billion business in the U.S., the industry is starting to feel the strain...

After the rapid rise of Greek yogurt into a $2 billion business in the U.S., the industry is starting to feel the strain of slower growth. Sales of the thick, slightly-sour yogurt "are starting to slow as it is no longer a novelty product," according to a Euromonitor International report.

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