Vietnamese yogurt coming after Greek yogurt. Pictured is Vietnamese ingredients next to spilled milk and yogurt.

WASHINGTON - Small plastic containers that are decorated with colorful cartoon characters and filled with a purple-hued goop are no longer the only option when it comes to yogurt. These days, grocery store shelves are packed with everything from grass-fed yogurts to goat milk yogurts, and even Greek, Icelandic and Australian yogurts.

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