Seems there's a dark side though...
From reading through it looks like there is a good chance of a solution, though it may be we should go back to the non-Greek stuff. As much as I like the strained yogurts the non-strained are better for some things (like mixed with granola and fruit).
I also found the comment section amusing--it is an instant jump into "we [you] should all be vegan". I know I've said before: there are some virtues to vegetarian diet, certainly there is a lot of virtue on reducing the amount of meat most [Americans] eat, but vegan diets are mostly silly. Also, there is some virtue to limited meat consumption, though it is kind of hard to get at.
In the grand scheme of things, people wanting to have the lowest impact on the planet would eat some cow/sheep/goat meat and milk, and even pigs can be a conscientious choice, though probably not even in this country (at least not commercially). These are animals that convert stuff we can't digest (grasses, waste) to stuff we can (meat, milk).