CANADA: Hain Celestial extends Greek yoghurt range
Hain Celestial has added to the range of Greek yoghurt it sells in Canada.
The US food maker said on Wednesday (28 September) that two flavours - honey vanilla and honey strawberry - had been added to its The Greek Gods yoghurt line on sale north of the border.
Officials at Hain Celestial could not be reached for further comment.
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