Actually, Greek Yogurt Isn't Your Favorite Kind Of Yogurt. Icelandic Yogurt Is.

October 24, 2014 1:22 PM

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We can't speak to the officiating aspect -- that is a job for Governor Cuomo, who indoctrinated the dairy product into the New York snack hall of fame in mid-October. But, in our unofficial blind taste test of 12 plain, nonfat yogurts, we were stunned to discover that Greek yogurt lost out to Icelandic yogurt. Greek was practically a shoe-in: The creamy, tart snack has made incredible strides in the last half-decade. By 2013, it accounted for 44 percent of yogurt sales (where, in 2007, it was merely 1 percent).

But now, Greek may be losing its charm -- could Icelandic yogurt be the new it-girl? The preference of 11 taste-testing HuffPost editors can't speak for the larger population, but it might serve as an indicator for yogurt products to come. Both Siggi's and Skyr brand Icelandic yogurt ranked high in ...

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