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The most brilliant new yogurts aren't loaded with additives or packed into weird toothpaste-like tubes. Australian-style Wallaby organic yogurt has a soft creaminess and comes in new varieties like dulce de leche—so sinful-feeling, it could pass for dessert. Siggi's Icelandic-style Skyr is luxuriously thick and shockingly nonfat, given its intense flavor and dense texture. Canada's Liberté has added to its line of clever whole-grain-spiked Six Grains yogurts with its new Méditerranée brand, which launched coconut and lemon varieties this summer. And Oikos organic Greek yogurt's new honey variety tastes like it was made in a kitchen overlooking the Aegean.
$1, WallabyYogurt.com; $3, Skyr.com; $1.50, Liberte.qc.ca; $2, OikosOrganic.com
Stylist: Marissa Gimeno for Halley Resources; Food Stylist: Maria Washburn