Yogurt has come of age, and like any teenager, it's hard to manage. From what was seen as a sour-tasting health food favored by hippies in the '60s, yogurt is now clad in convenient packaging and boasts a mind-taxing menu of flavors that includes the likes of cotton candy and bananas Foster. Besides the flavors, there is a barrage of different types, including organic, non-fat, low-fat, cream-topped and drinkable. There is also new packaging such as squeeze tubes, multi-packs and bottles ...

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