why is there so much greek STYLE yoghurt and not just greek yoghurt?
- Jimmy CLv 71 month ago
If is is made in Greece, it is Greek yoghurt. If it is made anywhere else, it can only be called Greek style.
- WOOWHOLv 71 month ago
I have been told the GREEK " style plain
goes well with HONEY
which is produced by WORKER BEES
for the "QUEEN BEE " that's royal
think of yourself as a QUEEN
GREEK STYLE is a recipe a METHOD of yogurt ( YOGURT with a "H" is the British spelling word ETYMOLOGY yogurt is TURKISH yoghurt yog meaning LIKE CONDENSED noted in ancient Egypt and Greece the Greek word was OXYGALA aka ACID MILK ) meaning the methods can be used by people NOT Greek or that the PRODUCT being sold is NOT a GREEK EXPORT there are LAWS governing Labels and patent RIGHTS
- ArmourorLv 41 month ago
Copy right if it is not made By Greeks it is only Greek style
Like the RR owned by BMW but made in England, so they can still call it a RR
The UK invented Champaign (Sparkling Wine) but because the Inventors are not in the Champaign region they cannot call it anything but Sparkling Wine
I am Looking at the new Chinese MG made and Built in China
Not a real MG
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- JASONLv 61 month ago
It's the current in thing. When I went to infant school I remember tasting yoghurt for the first time, and it seemed to be nothing like it is now. It was sharp not sweet, and quite runny, and they served it with a shortbread like biscuit. I know I've changed, but I also think they've changed the yoghurt.
- Anonymous1 month ago
What's that got to do with Royality.
- Anonymous1 month ago
To satisfy a 2011 EU Regulation it would need to be made in Greece to be called Greek Yoghurt, not because the name is protected but because it would be a misleading claim regarding the country of origin. Greece objects to the use of Greek-style as well, but there is not much they can do about that.
- Incorrect AnswerLv 61 month ago
I think it would have to be actually made in Greece to call it Greek, like you can't have a Melton Mobray pork pie made outside that town but you can have a pie made exactly the same outside as long as it's stated it's in the same style only. Same with Cornish pasties, if they are made outside Cornwall the customer has to know, it has to say it's in that style or it can have a different name but they can't say it's Cornish just because it wasn't made in Cornwall, even if it's made to the precise recipe.