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July 3, 2012

Stonyfield has bolstered its line of organic Oikos frozen Greek yogurt.

LONDONDERRY, N.H. — Stonyfield has bolstered its line of organic Oikos frozen Greek yogurt.

Stonyfield said its lineup has expanded to include peach mango and superfruits flavors, which tout zero fat and 100 calories per serving The two flavors join a lineup that includes chocolate, vanilla, honey and blueberry. The frozen Greek yogurt is available at stores nationwide.

June 21, 2012

Ben & Jerry's is looking to sweeten up summer with the launch of new Greek frozen yogurt and a new chocolate flavor.

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Ben & Jerry's is looking to sweeten up summer with the launch of new Greek frozen yogurt and a new chocolate flavor.

The four new pint flavors of Greek frozen yogurt include:

  • Strawberry shortcake: Strawberry Greek frozen yogurt with shortbread pieces;

  • Raspberry fudge chunk: Raspberry Greek frozen yogurt with fudge chunks;

  • Banana peanut butter: Banana Greek frozen yogurt with peanut butter swirls;

January 5, 2012

Dairy Enterprises has expanded its Ruggles brand to include a new frozen yogurt line.

ORRVILLE, Ohio — Dairy Enterprises has expanded its Ruggles brand to include a new frozen yogurt line.

New Ruggles low-fat Greek frozen yogurt is available in original tart, vanilla bean, peach, honey, blueberry and strawberry flavors.

June 7, 2011

Wellness natural pet food has introduced two dog food recipes that support total well-being among small dogs.

TEWKSBURY, Mass. — Wellness natural pet food has introduced two dog food recipes that support total well-being among small dogs.

The company said its Super5Mix Small Breed line now includes Small Breed Just for Puppy and Small Breed Healthy Weight varieties that provide necessary nutrition for growing dogs and those that need help achieving weight loss, respectively.

March 4, 2011

American cuisine always has been influenced by the country’s diverse population. An expanding ethnic population and a proliferation of TV cooking shows have led to even greater interest in ethnic foods among American consumers.

American cuisine always has been influenced by the country’s diverse population. An expanding ethnic population and a proliferation of TV cooking shows have led to even greater interest in ethnic foods among American consumers.

Ethnic food sales are expected to increase 19% from 2010 to 2015, according to a recent report published by Mintel. The study revealed that 64% of U.S. households said that ethnic sauces, condiments and/or seasonings could be found in their kitchens.