Stonyfield knows all about yogurt: they're the top-selling organic yogurt brand in the country, and because of that, you've probably seen that cow staring back at you from inside your fridge when you were looking for a snack at 2am.
And while they built their brand on traditional yogurt, they've reacted to consumers' tastes shifting to a thicker yogurt, and responded by introducing Oh My Yog! late last year, which features a "cream top layer" and "honey-infused whole milk yogurt below." Sound familiar? So while the shelves are still filled with yogurts like Dannon and Stonyfield (of which Danone is a majority shareholder), even the yogurt you grew up on is trying to be more like the yogurt the rest of the world prefers.
What it is: Unstrained yogurt (milk + cultures) made with skim, 2%, or whole milk
How it's different from other yogurts: Unlike most strained yogurts on the shelf, there are a plethora of options for traditional yogurt with regards to the saturated-fat content
The consistency: "A smoother, creamier texture" than Greek yogurt
Popular brands: Stonyfield, Yoplait, Dannon