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diana 07-08-2004 @ 2:49 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Hi,

Maria, a guest to my Discussion Forum wanted me to pass on this information to anyone who would like to know where to find the Total Greek Style Yogurt:

Dear Diana,

I came across your Greek Yogurt Forum while attempting to fing any new information on Total Greek Yogurt. I just wanted to let you know that if you or anyone else has any problems finding Total Yogurt you can contact :

FAGE USA
Antonios Maridakis
General Manger
718. 204-5323  
antmar.gfi@att.net


He will be more than happy to provide any information you need as to who carries the yogurt and in what states.


Thank you.

Sincerely,
Maria Maridakis

Thank you again, Maria......Diana, Diana's Desserts


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byroncallas 08-22-2004 @ 10:13 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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If anyone is still looking, Whole Foods Markets carry the great Fage Greek Yogurts. If the Whole foods in your area don't carry it, they will order it for you.


bbs521 08-30-2004 @ 12:34 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Whole Foods in MA temporarily has stopped carrying Fage yogurt. Does anyone know what other stores in the Boston, MA area carry it? Thank you. Beverly

diana 08-30-2004 @ 2:00 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Hi Beverly,

Trader Joe's carries the Fage Total Yogurt in the area where I live. You might try them.

Good Luck!

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bbs521 09-01-2004 @ 12:42 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Thank you. I did fine the Fage Greek yogurt at Trader Joe's. Beverly

soccerdad 10-27-2004 @ 7:30 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Hi
The bad news on Total yogurt is that is likely to be out of business until mid 2005. The good news is I found a a fabulous yogurt at Whole Foods made of Water Buffalo Milk. It is called Woodstock Water Buffalo and it is the best yogurt I have ever tasted.

Enjoy.

diana 01-29-2005 @ 9:31 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Hi,

I received an email from Kathleen, a guest to Diana's Desserts Website about some updated information on Fage Total Greek Yogurt. I will share it with you:

"I was searching for a recipe for Greek yogurt and saw an old thread (2003 and 2004) on it.  Trader Joe's has had trouble keeping the Total Greek yogurt because of import laws and are hoping to be able to get it again.  I think they might still be able to stock it in the CA stores but I'm in WA state and they were told they could not ship it across the state border.  Some stupid outdated law about dairy products.  They are fighting it.
Meanwhile they have one with their own label on that is quite good.  
I have been on a low carb, high protein diet called Fat Flush as an a vegetarian struggle to get the protein I need for the diet.  Total was perfect because it was very high in protein and low in carbs.  The Trader Joes brand is not as good that way but still much better than any other kind of yogurt.
I just bought a new yogurt maker and a yogurt cheese maker.  It sounds like from what I found on the web that Greek yogurt is just regular plain yogurt stained in cheese cloth overnight.
I haven't tried it yet (my first yogurt batch is setting as I type) but I am thinking that I can put it in the Yogurt cheese maker and take it out when it is firmer but not as firm as cream cheese and I should have Greek Yogurt.  Much better than driving to another town to Trader Joes!
Anyway if inquiries are still coming in, this information may be helpful."

Kathleen


Sincerely, Diana
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