In mid 20th century America, few people knew about yogurt, and those who did most likely considered it foreign food or food for health nuts. Back then, it was plain and it was sour. In the 1960s, flavored, sweetened, and fruit-enhanced yogurts lifted it from exotica to a popular snack. Extremely sweetened yogurt is eaten as an allegedly healthful alternative to ice cream, but nutritionists say it’s just as naughty.

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