Young Americans Fueling Nation’s Yogurt Craze

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Young Americans Fueling Nation’s Yogurt Craze

While overall dairy consumption has remained consistent, yogurt sales in the United States have more than doubled since 2001, a nationwide craze that has been driven largely by those aged 18 to 34. What do you think?

  • “Tell me about it. Everything out of their mouths these days is ‘Twitter this’ and ‘yogurt that.’”

    Randy Grinaldi
    Head Irrigator
  • “Kids today! You just never know what kind of bacteria they’re going to start shoveling into their mouths next.”

    Pam Braggs
    Blanket Cutter
  • “This sounds like a backlash against older folks jumping on that oral sex trend the young people had a few years back.”

    Carlos Martinez
    Inventory Transcriber