Most of the gleaming steel tanks outside Fage's yogurt factory hold milk. One, however, holds the yogurt byproduct whey. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Why Greek Yogurt Makers Want Whey To Go Away

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Shop Owners Hope Yogurt Smooths A Path Out Of Greek Recession

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High-Tech Shortcut To Greek Yogurt Leaves Purists Fuming

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