How long do you think it will take for the countless hordes of Muslim infiltrators villainously masquerading as helpless refugees to conquer us via Greek yogurt?
How many times have you found yourself listlessly tossing and turning at night, all the while lamenting the fact that there is simply no yogurt on the market that is specifically engineered for athletes to eat at night?
Dealing with acid whey has been a real problem for the Greek yogurt industry. But now, several innovative solutions are in the works.
Americans are eating more yogurt than ever. The only problem: it's still unclear whether yogurt actually has any of the health benefits people say it does.
Acid whey, a byproduct from yogurt production, is harmful to rivers and streams but companies are seeking out ingenious ways to limit environmental impacts by repurposing waste.