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Fage Yogurt Now Made in the USA

Caitlin McGrath | May 24, 200805:22 PM     58

Bought Fage 0% at Trader Joe's in Oakland, CA, yesterday with a use-by date of July 1. I checked the container and it says "MANUFACTURED AT FAGE USA Dairy Industry, Inc." in Johnstown, NY. The yogurt, thankfully, tastes the same as ever.

I had read in the April 13 story in the NY Times magazine about Greek yogurt that Fage was opening its US plant in April. The retail price hasn't changed, naturally, but the yogurt will be fresher when we get it and much less fuel will be used to get it to us.

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