FDA Offically Recalling Chobani Yogurt

Chobani Officially Recalls Moldy Yogurt After Complaints And FDA Probe

Chobani has now issued an official recall of certain cups of its Greek yogurt because of mold contamination.

The yogurt company has been criticized heavily over the past few weeks due to yogurt containers that were bulging, leaking, fizzing, and “chunking” before the expiration date had actually passed.

Most importantly, consumers have been outraged by the lack of care the company seemed to have been showing concerning their question and concerns.

The Inquisitr reported earlier that customers accused the brand of not only mishandling the issue, but exposing buyers to illness and deleting comments from Facebook indicating others should be careful.

Customers also complained that Chobani website wasn’t working, causing customers to become upset because they couldn’t reach customer service and couldn’t review the voluntary recall information.

After all these complaints, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided to step in on Wednesday in hopes of getting to the bottom of the situation.

On Thursday, the FDA officially posted a recall notice stating that recalled items have the “Best By Dates” of Sep 11-13 and Oct 07-13 and also included the IMS Number 16-012..

The following chart was posted along with the official FDA recall notice:

Chobani Recall Notice