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June 2011 Issue

Not All Yogurts Are Created Equal

In the not so distant past, yogurt came in one flavor—plain—and only certain people would venture into health food stores to buy it. These days, almost anyone between the ages of eight months and 80 years eats yogurt. And it’s no longer relegated to special stores; grocery stores have shelves of it in flavors ranging from apple turnover to white chocolate strawberry.

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