Greek yogurt, Icelandic yogurt, Asian yogurt: They're some of the new styles of yogurt that are gaining traction on the traditional, flavored, sweetened and thinner types of yogurt Americans have traditionally favored. And the newcomers are increasing yogurt's popularity overall; 32% of Americans consumed yogurt at some point in a two-week period this year, up from just 18% a decade ago, according to research from NPD Group.

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