Daniel Carasso, who helped turn Dannon yogurt from a small family operation to a global company, died last week at 103.
What was once a traditional yet obscure “ethnic” food is now so much a staple, we rarely give pause to the fact that sixty, seventy years ago, it was still considered a strange specialty product.
As someone who loves yogurt, I found this to be an interesting read. Nobody does tasteful obituaries like the Times.
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