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Old Mon, Aug-03-15, 15:14
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Originally Posted by Calianna
You'd think it would be controlled almost exclusively by customer demand, but it really isn't. The bigger the grocery chain, the less control the individual store has over what and how much they stock.


It's downright diabolical.

I believe every food corporation has a dream. An evil dream.

Why are they bothered with retooling and manufacturing and coming up with new foods? They will control the shelf space. They will control the products.

They will shrink their product line as they expand the shelf space. The shopper has no choice but to buy it. And so, one day, they make maximum money by making only one thing, and it fills the store.

I call it: People Chow
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And today....Consumer Reports selects whole milk, full fat yogurts as the best, cautions readers to avoid those with added sugar. Whole milk/Greek yogurt is the growth category with 100 new products.

Reviewed on GMA, quotes reasons for the CR advice from new studies; more protein, more/better probiotics for gut, more weight lost, etc.

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/con...s-diet-48195097 Four categories, whole milk and Greek, with and without added fruit.
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Currently gazing into the sky to try and see the flock of pigs when they fly by . . . . .
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