Citations with the tag: YOGURT industry

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  • Active market for active cultures.
    Cvetan, Dana // Dairy Field; Apr2000, Vol. 183 Issue 4, p18 

    Focuses on product development trends in the American yogurt industry. New products targeting the children's market; Consumption of yogurt in the country; Product categories; Product lines introduced by various yogurt manufacturers.

  • Fruit-on-the-bottom Cultured Soy.
    Cvetan, Dana // Dairy Foods; Apr2003, Vol. 104 Issue 4, p19 

    Features the O'Soy yogurt from Stonyfield Farm Inc. in Londonderry, New Hampshire. Product distribution; Yogurt contents; Flavors available.

  • MPs in Operation Dessert Storm.
    Cvetan, Dana // Food Manufacture; Feb2004, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p115 

    Discusses the operational strategies of the West Country politicians to save the yogurt business in Great Britain. Description of yogurt published in Bulgarian recipes; Proposal to rename the British-style creamy yogurt; Suggestions for the reduction in milk solids in yogurt.

  • ANOTHER CLEVER BUSINESS NAME WE'RE TRYING TO FORGET.
    Cvetan, Dana // New Yorker; 8/27/90, Vol. 66 Issue 28, p77 

    Focuses on the business name "Udder Heaven," an ice-cream/frozen-yogurt shop in Wells, Maine.

  • My secret work weapon.
    Plant, Julie // Marketing (00253650); 1/16/2013, p46 

    The author argues that clear and direct communication is a useful strategy in business and marketing, arguing that business jargon can confuse consumers and business people and mentioning the "Just Real Tasty Yoghurt" slogan of the yoghurt brand Onken.

  • Lick shuts up shop to focus on new supermarket deals.
    Plant, Julie // Grocer; 8/31/2013, p6 

    The article offers information on the closure of Lick, the first frozen yoghurt store in Great Britain founded by Owain Williams and Ky Wright in 2008, due of preparing for its supermarket debut.

  • Muller splits roles as part of shake-up.
    Plant, Julie // Marketing Week (01419285); 6/22/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 21, p7 

    Reports on Great Britain-based yogurt manufacturer Muller & Co.'s restructuring of its marketing department. Resignation of marketing head Ian Bray to join pharmaceutical wholesaler AAH; Promotion of marketing executives Mike Driver, Guy Mottershead and Dale Green; Scope of responsibilities.

  • U.S. Yogurt Sales to Exceed $9 Billion by 2017.
    Plant, Julie // Nutraceuticals World; May2013, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p8 

    The article focuses on the release of the report from market research firm Packaged Facts Inc. which forecasts the increase in the retail sales of yogurt to 9.3 billion dollars in the U.S. in 2017.

  • Frozen yogurt retailer Red Mango to open store at Destiny.
    Plant, Julie // Business Journal (Central New York); 3/21/2014, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p2 

    The article reports on the plan of Red Mango Inc., an international chain of frozen yogurt and smoothie stores, to open a location at Destiny USA department store in Syracuse, New York.

  • Cultural confusion.
    Plant, Julie // Grocer; 11/17/2012, p22 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Yogurt Makers Lobby to Save "Probiotic" on Labels," published in the November 3, 2012 issue of "Grocer" magazine.

  • Dannon Pledges to Improve Yogurt Nutrition.
    Plant, Julie // Nutraceuticals World; May2014, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p18 

    The article reports that the Dannon Co., a food company based in White Plains, New York, has announced its commitment to improve the nutrition content of its yogurt products during the 2014 Building a Healthier Future Summit.

  • Tart frozen yogurt chains cultivate a dedicated urban following.
    Thorn, Bret // Nation's Restaurant News; 9/3/2007, Vol. 41 Issue 35, p1 

    The article reports on Los Angeles, California-based Pinkberry's introduction of the tart style yogurt. According to the author, the company was inspired by Korean concepts such as Red Mango. The author adds that Pinkberry's product has influenced independent startups in New York and Los...

  • RESTAURANTS.
    Thorn, Bret // Enterprise/Salt Lake City; 11/15/2010, Vol. 40 Issue 19, p15 

    The article reports on the decision of made-to-order smoothie and fresh yogurt franchise Roxberry of American Fork, Utah to reduce its franchise fee from 25,000 to 10,000 dollars until February 15, 2011.

  • Sweet Profits from Sour Milk.
    WHITE, MARGO // North & South; Jan2012, p90 

    The article presents the author's views on the yoghurt industry. The author says that yoghurt exemplifies the transformative power of branding and marketing, and has been able to take an ordinary, cheap food and turn it into a billion-dollar industry. The author discusses the transformation...

  • Yogurt Makers Look To Broaden Horizons.
    WHITE, MARGO // MMR; 9/3/2012, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p32 

    The article informs about steps taken by yogurt makers including General Mills Inc. and PepsiCo Inc. to increase their business.

  • Müller whips up ad for new Bliss Corner.
    WHITE, MARGO // Grocer; 7/26/2014, Vol. 237 Issue 8165, p48 

    The article details the plan of dairy company Müller to launch a television campaign to promote its whipped Greek-style yoghurt Bliss Corner in Great Britain in July 2014.

  • The 2009 Report on Nonfat Frozen Yogurt: World Market Segmentation by City.
    Parker, Philip M. // City Segmentation Reports; 1/13/2010, pN.PAG 

    A report that summarizes the economic potential for major cities in more than 200 countries around the globe for nonfat frozen yogurt for the year 2009 is presented. It provides latent demand or potential industry earnings (PIE) estimates for the product for each city, including the percent...

  • Kammerspiele.
    Lena, Bökamp // Lebensmittel Zeitung; 2/21/2014, Issue 8, p32 

    The article discusses packaging of foods, especially dessert and yogurts, using chambers to offer greater variety. Among other topics addressed are the state of the sweets, desserts, and yogurt market, examples of uses in that industry of chambered packaging, and the trend towards letting...

  • Drinkable Yogurt Tops Around the World.
    Lena, Bökamp // Retail Merchandiser; Feb2007, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p5 

    The article reports on a study released by ACNielsen Global Services entitled "What's Hot Around the Globe--Insights on Growth in Food & Beverage Products," which revealed that drinkable yogurt was the fastest-growing food and beverage category worldwide. Drinkable yogurts exhibited...

  • M�ller Case Study.
    Lena, Bökamp // M�ller Case Study: Maintaining a Leadership Position by Addres; Sep2009, p1 

    The UK yogurt category is performing well, buoyed by the health trend and growing consumer demand for functional foods. This case study looks at the leading company in the sector, M�ller, and how the company has maintained growth by addressing the key consumer trends of health and convenience.

  • Yogurt Innovations.
    Hartnett, Michael // Frozen Food Age; Sep2007, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p22 

    The article focuses on trends in the yogurt category in the U.S. Leading brands in the category are striving to respond and anticipate consumer demands while also seeking to differentiate their products with specific features and benefits. According to Michael Neuwirth, senior director of public...

  • YOGURT.
    Hurley, Jayne; Liebman, Bonnie; DeMino, Heather Jones; Adriano, Jackie // Nutrition Action Health Letter; Sep2001, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p13 

    Looks at trends and products in the yogurt market. Flavor of Yoplait's spoon-free yogurt; Vitamin content of the Frusion Fruit 'n' Yogurt Smoothies from Dannon Co.; Fat content of the la Creme full-fat yogurt version from Dannon.

  • CULTURE OF GROWTH.
    Harper, Roseanne // SN: Supermarket News; 2/1/2010, Vol. 58 Issue 5, p17 

    The article reports on a survey in the U.S. which reveals that yogurt dollar sales in food stores increased to 2.81 percent in 2009 and unit sales up to 3.83 percent. It states that industry sources are predicting a bright future for the category wherein retailers identified it as an exciting...

  • FROSTY AND FINE.
    McGARRY, CAITLIN // Las Vegas Business Press (10712186); 9/5/2011, Vol. 28 Issue 36, p20 

    The article discusses the success of Las Vegas, Nevada-based frozen yogurt chain U-Swirl. Local businessman Hank Cartwright acquired the concept from his grandson and developed a business plan that awards franchises to well-capitalized and skillful area developers. U-Swirl offers several flavors...

  • I will Survive.
    McGARRY, CAITLIN // Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery; Jun2001, Vol. 90 Issue 6, pSI-72 

    Focuses on the status of the specialty snacks segment of the snack food industry in the United States as of June 2001. Release of a line of health-oriented snacks from iSnack Inc.; Approaches used by fruit snack manufacturers to attract children in order to boost sales; Trends in the development...

  • Yogurt.
    McGARRY, CAITLIN // Dairy Industries International; Aug95, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p35 

    Presents news items affecting the yogurt industry in Great Britain. Role of German manufacturer Onken in the launching of the bio sector of the British yogurt market; Properties of sugar substitute aspartame; Features of fat substitute, Simplesse.

  • REACHING FOR THE STARS.
    Ramirez, Julie Cook // Dairy Field; Aug2006, Vol. 189 Issue 8, p42 

    The article reports on the continuous growth of popularity of yogurts to American consumers. During the 52-weak period which ended June 18, 2006, sales of yogurts in supermarkets, drugstores and mass merchandisers, rose to 5.3 percent in dollars and 4.6 percent in units, according to...

  • An American success story.
    Heasman, Michael; Mellentin, Julian // Dairy Industries International; May2001, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p11 

    Features yogurt maker Stonyfield Farm. Information on the company's yogurt product for women; Social responsibilities of the company; Marketing strategy of the company.

  • Dairy desserts.
    Mann, Ernest // Dairy Industries International; Jul2002, Vol. 67 Issue 7, p29 

    Reviews the developments in the dairy desserts sector as of July 2002. Increase in the consumption of yogurt and desserts in Germany between 1999 and 2000; Information on the yogurt dessert introduced by Yoplait Dairy Crest; Texturing capacity of starches; Product made from popped gorgon nuts;...

  • M�ller accuses competition of depressing yogurt market.
    Mann, Ernest // Dairy Industries International; Mar2004, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p11 

    Reports on the accusation of Muller dairy Ltd., British short-life dairy products company, that competition in the market based solely on price may damage the yogurt market in the long term. Findings of Muller's study that value is being driven out of every sector of the market due to price...

  • Restaurant Patrons Want Milk.
    Mann, Ernest // Dairy Foods; Jun2002, Vol. 103 Issue 6, p10 

    Reveals that restaurant goers in the U.S. want milk if it is promoted, available in varieties and offered in appealing packages according to a food service study by the Fluid Milk Strategic Thinking Initiative. Consumer demand for milk in restaurants; Top vendors of refrigerated yogurt and...

  • Cultured Dairy Products up to $4.2 billion in 2001.
    Mann, Ernest // Dairy Foods; Jul2002, Vol. 103 Issue 7, p12 

    Reports on the performance of the cultured dairy products industry in the U.S. in 2000 and 2001. Dollar sales by fat content in the refrigerated yogurt and cottage cheese sectors; Sales of yogurt and refrigerated yogurt drinks by region; Non-flavored sour cream.

  • Dairy Market Snapshot.
    Mann, Ernest // Dairy Foods; Mar2005, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p12 

    Reports on the status of the yogurt and yogurt drinks industry in the United States as of March 2005. Top brands of yogurt and yogurt drinks in the country; Factors that contributed to the rise in the sales of yogurt products in the country.

  • Spanish Functional Yogurt Sales Taking Off.
    Mann, Ernest // Dairy Foods; Mar2005, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p16 

    Reports on the growth of the functional yogurt business in Spain. Factors that contributed to the strong sales performance of the functional yogurt business in the country; Top yogurt companies in the country.

  • Yogurt and Yogurt Drinks Keep Jumping.
    Mann, Ernest // Dairy Foods; Sep2006, Vol. 107 Issue 9, p30 

    The article reports on IRI's data showing a 12 percent increase in sales of yogurt drinks by unit measure in the quarter ended June 25, 2006. In the same quarter, sales of sour cream improved after a period of decline. The article provides statistics on the market share of the top five brands of...

  • Exploring Yogurt Powder.
    Gerdes, Sharon // Dairy Foods; Oct2009, Vol. 110 Issue 10, p88 

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  • M�ller boss KOs demo.
    Gerdes, Sharon // Dairy Industries International; Jan2005, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p8 

    Reports on the demonstration held by some Greenpeace protesters at a Muller yogurt plant in Bavaria, Germany in December 2004.

  • The yogurt years.
    Gerdes, Sharon // Dairy Industries International; Jan2005, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p23 

    Focuses on the important elements of the European yogurt market. Dominance of fruit flavors; Growth in the market for probiotic drinking yogurts; Total market value of yogurts in Western Europe.

  • Moving on up.
    Krause, Lothar // Dairy Industries International; Jan2005, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p27 

    Looks at the factors needed for the continuous success of the European drinking yogurt market. Addition of functional ingredients; Increasing popularity of low fat drinking yogurts; Improvement in the sensory aspects of calorie-optimized sweeteners.

  • Dynamic demand for drinking yogurt.
    Krause, Lothar // Dairy Industries International; Apr2006, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p10 

    The article reports on the seven percent increase in sales of drinking yogurt during 2005 in Germany. The central market and price agency revealed that drinking yogurt is the driver for dairy fresh product expansion. Most sales of the yogurt were came from fruit flavored products which captured...

  • In Brief.
    Krause, Lothar // Dairy Industries International; Apr2008, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p12 

    The article offers world news briefs related to the developments and new products in the dairy products industry. Ice cream brand Wall's is launching its first probiotic ice lolly with milk and strawberry flavor made with probiotic yogurt. Dairy product company Elle & Vire offers peach-passion...

  • Liquid assets.
    Charlet, Kim // Prepared Foods; Apr99, Vol. 168 Issue 4, p75 

    Focuses on new product launches in the dairy products market in the United States in 1998. Popularity of single-serve milks with resealable packaging; Healthy Pleasures line of low-fat dairy-based drinks from Dairy Farmers of America Inc.; Almond Breeze Non-Dairy Beverage from Blue Diamond...

  • Light Up.
    Roberts Jr., William A. // Prepared Foods; Aug2005, Vol. 174 Issue 8, p21 

    Describes the status of the yogurt market in the U.S. Sales of yogurt at food and drug stores and mass merchandisers in 2004; Growth of the sector in a year-versus-year basis; Success of yogurt drink products.

  • Going to the blogs.
    C.K. // New Hampshire Business Review; 6/25/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 13, p3A 

    Reports on Londonderry, New Hampshire-based yogurt manufacturer Stonyfield Farm Inc.'s launching of several Weblogs. Consumer relation benefits that can be provided by the Weblogs; Features of the Weblogs; Company executives involved in the creation of the Weblogs.

  • Kyoto Cool.
    C.K. // Hospitality Design; Jul2008, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p55 

    This article discusses the design and construction of a frozen yogurt lounge called Sno:la in Kyoto, Japan. This establishment is being designed by AkarStudios to incorporate ecologically friendly design principles. The company's ownership of another store in Beverley Hills, California, is noted.

  • Yogurt Enjoys Sweet Success.
    Leathers, Denise // Refrigerated & Frozen Foods Retailer; May2010, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p17 

    The article focuses on the market status of yogurt in the U.S. It says that yogurt was called the decade's food trend by Harry Balzer, vice-president of NPD Group. It mentions the availability of yogurt in many flavors and formats, as well as its health benefits. It states that per capita...

  • The 2009-2014 Outlook for Yogurt Excluding Frozen Yogurt in India.
    Parker, Philip M. // Country Outlook Reports; 1/26/2010, pN.PAG 

    Several charts depicting the 2009-2014 outlook for yogurt excluding frozen yogurt in several states of India including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal are presented.

  • The 2009-2014 Outlook for Yogurt Mix in India.
    Parker, Philip M. // Country Outlook Reports; 1/26/2010, pN.PAG 

    Several charts depicting the 2009-2014 outlook for yogurt mix in several states of India including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal are presented.

  • The 2009-2014 Outlook for Yogurt with Live Cultures in India.
    Parker, Philip M. // Country Outlook Reports; 1/26/2010, pN.PAG 

    Several charts depicting the 2009-2014 outlook for yogurt with live cultures in several states of India including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal are presented.

  • The 2009-2014 Outlook for Yogurt in India.
    Parker, Philip M. // Country Outlook Reports; 1/26/2010, pN.PAG 

    Several charts depicting the 2009-2014 outlook for yogurt in several states of India including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal are presented.

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