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Monday, October 10, 2011

Yeo Valley Gives Up Dairy Rapping For a Boy Band

Posted By on Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 8:02 AM

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It's been nearly a year since the Brits from Yeo Valley introduced their rapping organic dairy farmers, and seven months since Americans followed suit with Stonyfield Farms' yogurt rap.

Seven months. That's enough time for the madness to stop, right?

No. Seven months is just enough time for consumers to forget the rapping while gaining some nostalgia for the simpler days of the early 2000s. The days when dairy farmers didn't rap and boy bands ruled the charts.

The folks at Yeo Valley must be feeling the nostalgia. They've swapped the rapping for their very own boy band, Churned.

And you can buy their single, "Forever", on iTunes. Or save your money for yogurt and watch it here.

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