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It’s Greek for me

Thick, creamy yogurt is on a marathon-like growth spurt
Hamdi Ulukaya, CEO of Chobani Greek Yogurt.
Chobani Greek Yogurt is seen at the Chobani plant in South Edmeston, N.Y. Chobani, the nation’s No. 1 brand of Greek yogurt, is expanding its plant in upstate New York as other yogurt companies shift their focus to Greek products.
A worker moves fruit storage tanks at the Chobani Greek Yogurt plant in South Edmeston, N.Y. Thicker and creamier than American-style yogurt, Greek yogurt now accounts for a quarter of the total U.S. yogurt market.
Chobani Greek Yogurt has a plant in South Edmeston, N.Y. It is the nation’s No. 1 Greek yogurt product, in direct competition with No. 2 Fage. Both companies are expanding plants within 60 miles of each other, and another company is building a plant in western New York.

It’s Greek for me

Hamdi Ulukaya, CEO of Chobani Greek Yogurt.
Chobani Greek Yogurt is seen at the Chobani plant in South Edmeston, N.Y. Chobani, the nation’s No. 1 brand of Greek yogurt, is expanding its plant in upstate New York as other yogurt companies shift their focus to Greek products.
A worker moves fruit storage tanks at the Chobani Greek Yogurt plant in South Edmeston, N.Y. Thicker and creamier than American-style yogurt, Greek yogurt now accounts for a quarter of the total U.S. yogurt market.
Chobani Greek Yogurt has a plant in South Edmeston, N.Y. It is the nation’s No. 1 Greek yogurt product, in direct competition with No. 2 Fage. Both companies are expanding plants within 60 miles of each other, and another company is building a plant in western New York.
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