Veggies in your yogurt


Don't be surprised if you start seeing more beet, tomato or carrot flavored yogurts next year.

"Snacks need to be more nutrient dense, which means we will see more vegetables migrating their way into morning snacks," said Dana McCauley, vice president, marketing at Plat Du Chef.

Greek yogurt, which has been king of the dairy shelves for a long time, will face competition from other areas of the world. "Expect to see more Lebanese and Israeli yogurt in the coming year," said Suzy Badaracco, president of Culinary Tides.

First published December 19, 2014: 9:11 AM ET

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