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Hello

Has anyone managed to find anywhere in Zurich that sells this?
http://www.skyr.is/en/

I just tried for the first time yesterday; not in Iceland but at a hotel in Davos (wished I'd asked them where they got it from now ). Really tasty. It's high in protein and low in fat. They give it me to aid recovery after a marathon (K42).

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Globus
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Okay thanks, I'll go and check it out tomorrow

Found the following description on wikipedia.

"Globus is a Swiss department store company, with 14 department stores in Switzerland. The group, which includes the Herren Globus chain of menswear stores and the Office World chain of office supplies stores, is owned by Switzerland's largest retailer, Migros."

So it's like the Swiss equivalent of Selfridges?
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In the French part you can find it at the Coop (not pronto) but I think they keep them next to the refrigerated desserts rather than regular yoghurt.
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