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Total yogurt, not at Whole Foods?

Judith Hurley | Jul 26, 200205:09 PM     1

I'm one of those folks who have joined the conversation from time to time about Greek yogurt, found Total in Mountain View as a result of a recent conversation on this board. Then someone said they had it at Whole Foods and sure enough they did, at least in Campbell, although only the full fat kind.

And then it simply disappeared and the dairy person said they weren't going to stock it any more because it didn't sell. I'm wondering if it was because it was only the full fat version, which is really fat intensive. I know I'd prefer the low-fact. I'm also wondering if two dollars a small container puts people off, although it's SO good that I'd go the distance any day, especially since some days a yogurt is about all I eat for lunch.

Does anyone have any news, and have there been any recent sightings of the stuff?

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