Three styles of yogurt have recently appeared on American supermarket shelves. We tasted them alongside Greek and American yogurts to see how they measured up.
What We Learned
When Greek yogurt first became widely available in the United States around 2007, it caught on fast. Americans were accustomed to eating sweeter, thinner yogurts, and this thick, delightfully tangy stuff was a welcome change that made breakfast feel decadent. We also loved the richness it added to sauces, dips, and baked goods. In just 10 years, Greek yogurt ballooned from 1 percent...