This question is more about commercial yogurt, not about making yogurt (I could always make yogurt and then strain it for a greek-style yogurt). I bought a container of Greek Gods yogurt. it was delicious with a bit of honey and strawberry powder. However, I know that if "milk" is an ingredient in a commercial product, they don't have to add "skim milk powder" to the ingredients list even if it's an ingredient. I perused the Greek Gods yogurt site and couldn't find any information about this. Does anyone know one way or another that it doesn't have skim milk powder? I guess I could email the company... (btw, Greek Gods is the only full-fat greek-style yogurt i can find in the stores. Voskos, Oikos, and Greek-style Brown cow only come fat-free)
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Skim milk powder in greek yogurt?