- Whole Foods Market (WFM +0.3%) says it will stop selling Chobani yogurt in order to make more room for organic products without genetically modified organisms.
- The development is interesting because Chobani is a juggernaut in the hotly-contested Greek yogurt market and frequently mentioned as a buyout or IPO candidate.
- Danone (DANOY) owns the Stonyfield Farms brand which still makes the Whole Foods cut and could get a nice lift from the yogurt shakeout.
- Related: Chobani to advertise at Super Bowl in push to go mainstream.
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