Well all those fans better take a second look at what they're eating.
Chobani recently (voluntarily) recalled some of their Greek yogurt after complaints that the yogurt tasted funny with some consumers stating they got sick. Some cups were reportedly "swelling and bloating." Their CEO, Hamid Ulukaya, said the issue was caused by a type of mold and that it had been "totally fixed." Although the company has three plants, the problem was limited only to the one in Idaho and not the ones in Australia or New York.
Most of the affected products have reportedly already been pulled from shelves, but check your yogurt cups and tubs at home just in case.
Look out for Chobani Greek yogurt cups marked with the code 16-012 with expiration dates ranging from September 11 to October 7. Products to check include Chobani 6 ounce cups, Chobani 3.5 ounce cups, Chobani Bite 3.5 ounce cups, Chobani 12 ounce tubs, Chobani 32 ounce tubs, and Chobani Flip 3.5 ounce containers.
An apology letter to consumers appears on the front page of their website.