Siggi’s, which has been making an Icelandic-style yogurt called skyr for a few years, is starting to appear at more markets thanks to an increase in distribution. The yogurt is similar to a Greek style like Fage: thick, strained, very creamy, and mildly tangy, despite being nonfat.

Siggi’s makes its yogurt with hormone-free milk from grass-fed cows and barely sweetens it using agave nectar. It packs 16 grams of protein into each 6-ounce container. It’s available in plain, pomegranate–passion fruit, blueberry, orange and ginger, grapefruit, açaí, and vanilla.

Siggi’s skyr, about $3, check website for stores where it’s available

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