Greek yogurt makes inroads in schools through pilot program

02/26/2013 | WSTM-TV (Syracuse, N.Y.)

Students in New York will be served Greek yogurt in school cafeterias as part of a federally approved pilot program that begins April 1. The results of that pilot program, including student taste-tests, will determine whether similar efforts to introduce Greek yogurt in schools spread nationwide. However, officials in New York say they are still awaiting guidelines on how to serve the yogurt, which has more protein than traditional yogurt.

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