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Non-GMO, Organic Greek Yogurt

October 12/Petaluma, Cal. -- Straus Family Creamery has introduced what it claims is the only non-GMO-verified and certified organic Greek yogurt on the U.S. market.

The yogurt is made with two ingredients: organic milk and live, active cultures. It is also certified kosher, gluten-free and is now available throughout the West Coast in 32oz. cups. The yogurt is offered in whole milk and nonfat versions at a suggested retail price of $6.49.
 

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