Greek yogurt companies scored a smash hit when they brought an old-world formula into the modern age. Sales of the creamy, high-protein treat have increased from $60 million five years ago to $1.5 billion currently, according to investment firm UBS. With success like that, companies are quickly making the dairy case a United Nations of yogurt. There's Siggi's skyr-style Icelandic yogurt, a thick, protein-rich blend that follows a time-honored recipe of infusing skim milk with ...
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