Chobani Greek Yogurt_Screenshot (406)Culture wars–of the Greek yogurt culture variety–are being waged at your local supermarket. Traditional yogurt is being edged out by thicker, tarter, higher-protein Greek yogurt. Over one-third of the yogurt on a typical grocery-store shelf is now Greek. Varieties range from low-fat to fruit-on-the-bottom, to tube yogurt for kids. Because shelf-space is limited, customers have had to say goodbye to some of their favorite traditional brands of yogurt, and more obscure flavors (such as Stonyfield Farm’s Whole Milk White Chocolate Raspberry, and Strawberry Acai). Pudding cups, margarine, and other products, with the misfortune of occupying shelf space too near the yogurt, have also become scarcer.