Icelandic Provisions unveiled two new multi-packs in Strawberry & Lingonberry and Vanilla Skyr available at select retailers. It takes nearly four cups of milk to make one cup of Skyr, making it thicker, and creamier than yogurt.

Icelandic skyr (pronounced skee-er) has been an important part of Icelandic food culture for over 1,000 years and is a key ingredient within the Nordic Food Movement, the company says. In fact, Icelandic Provisions offers the only skyr available in the U.S. that is made using centuries-old Icelandic heritage cultures passed along for generations and dating back to the Viking Era.

Noting that it takes nearly four cups of milk to make one cup of skyr, the unique process results in a noticeably thick, creamy, and delicious skyr that strengthens bodies and minds. Skyr is packed with 11 grams of protein, low in sugar, and is free from artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, and preservatives.

The Icelandic Provisions Skyr Multi-Packs are currently available at GIANT, Stop & Shop and Meijer for a suggested retail price of $5.79 for four 4-ounce cups.