Greek-style yogurt's rise catches General Mills off guardGreek-style yogurt has emerged as a supermarket darling, a high-protein product with a health aura that rattles the longtime leader. Once virtually unknown, Greek-style yogurt now captures about one-quarter of the U.S. yogurt market. Yoplait, a brand of Minnesota-based General Mills, has "some work to do . . . to get into the game," General Mills' retail chief said Wednesday.
By: Tom Webb, St. Paul Pioneer Press / MCT