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   Does Iceland Need New Cows To Keep Up With Demand For Skyr?
by Anne Bramley, NPR
Posted: Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at 3:20PM EDT

It takes about four cups of milk to make one cup of skyr, Iceland's super thick, high-protein version of yogurt.

Every drop of skyr made in Iceland comes from Icelandic cattle, the country's single breed.

But there's a problem: The average Icelandic cow can't supply much milk. And the hunger for skyr is stronger than ever now that people around the world are discovering its creamy delights.

To read the rest of the story, please go to: NPR


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