Thick, tangy Greek yogurt gained popularity among consumers this year, and several treat chains got in on the action. Pinkberry, TCBY and Ben and Jerry’s all entered a new category with the introduction of Greek yogurt flavors. Meanwhile, Dairy Queen finally made use of its 1987 purchase of the Orange Julius chain with the announcement of plans to offer smoothies under that brand’s moniker systemwide by early 2013. Cold Stone Creamery launched a catering program with hand-held ...

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