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*According to the FDA, no significant difference has been found between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.

It all starts with our yogurt.

We've been on a mission since day one: to provide better food for more people. We believe that access to nutritious, delicious yogurt made with only natural ingredients is a right, not a privilege. We believe every food maker has a responsibility to provide people with better options, which is why we're so proud of the way our food is made.

Only natural Non-GMO ingredients

*According to the FDA, no significant difference has been found between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.

**Chobani® Greek Yogurt (excluding Plain), 13-17g sugar per 5.3oz (150g) serving; regular fruit yogurt, 29g sugar per 5.3oz (150g) serving, based upon most recently reported USDA category data.

***Chobani Kids® Tubes, 6g of sugar per tube; leading kids’ yogurt, 9g sugar per tube.

Less Is More

CHOBANI
SIMPLY 100®
CHOBANI®
GREEK YOGURT
CHOBANI KIDS®
75% less
sugar
than regular fruit yogurt,
based on USDA data**
40% less
sugar
than regular fruit yogurt,
based on USDA data*
25% less
sugar
than leading competitive tubes***

*Chobani® Greek Yogurt (excluding Plain), 13-17g sugar per 5.3oz (150g) serving; regular fruit yogurt, 29g sugar per 5.3oz (150g) serving based upon most recently reported USDA category data.

**Chobani Simply 100® Greek Yogurt, 6-8g of sugar per 5.3oz (150g) serving; regular yogurt, fruit variety, 29g sugar per 5.3oz (150g) serving based upon most recently reported USDA category data.

***Chobani Kids® Tubes, 6g of sugar per tube; leading kids’ yogurt, 9g sugar per tube.

Chobani Kids® Pouches, 10g of sugar per 3.5oz (99g) serving; leading kids’ yogurt, 14g sugar per 3.5oz (99g) serving.

Only non-GMO ingredients

We know there’s a lot of conversation on this important issue. That’s why our products have always been made using only natural ingredients that are not genetically modified (non-GMO).

We’re super passionate about how we craft our yogurt, so we require our suppliers certify that every ingredient we use is non-GMO. The fresh milk we use to make our yogurt is not genetically modified, according to criteria applied by the United States Department of Agriculture, the European Union, and specific state criteria, such as the State of Vermont. We also conduct our own testing with Eurofins, one of the leading international food testing organizations, to further verify there has been no cross-contamination across our supply chain.

Working towards positive change

One cup at a time.

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Local Sourcing

Since the beginning, we've been committed to sourcing the freshest milk possible from the nearly 900 farmers in our local communities. From Chenango County, New York, to Twin Falls, Idaho, we work with farmers who share our values and sense of community.

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Openness and labeling

We believe people should know exactly what they're eating, so we're committed to transparency and support GMO labeling efforts.

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10% of our profits go to charity

Chobani Foundation

The Chobani Foundation was built on the principles of empowering positive, sustainable change locally, regionally and globally. We believe in doing business the right and responsible way, so we give 10% of our profits to charity through the Chobani Foundation.

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Doing our part to help

Starting with cows.

We’re sincerely dedicated to having open and honest conversations.

From increasing animal welfare efforts and the number of cows not treated with rBST*, to exploring how to increase non-GMO feed options, we have relationships with organizations and dairy farmers who are committed to GMO feed alternatives and pushing the dialogue on these issues forward.

*According to the FDA, no significant difference has been found between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.

Animal welfare

There has been an increase in demand for milk from cows not treated with rBST* in New York.Chobani is proud to be part of this growing movement.

To us, animal welfare is more than a business practice: It's an ethical and moral imperative. We were founded on similar core values and principles, and we work closely with cooperatives and local farms to ensure the safety and humane treatment of the cows that provide us fresh milk. We support our farmers by paying more for their commitment to supplying us with milk from cows not treated with rBST.* Demand for milk from cows not treated with rBST* has skyrocketed; for example, in New York State, the demand has increased 300% since 2007.** We’re proud to be a part of this growing movement. Great news for both yogurt lovers and cows everywhere.

7 years ago

Today 300% increase in demand

There has been an increase in demand for milk from cows not treated with rBST* in New York.Chobani is proud to be part of this growing movement.

*According to the FDA, no significant difference has been found between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.

**Prior to 2007, the demand for milk from cows not treated with rBST in New York State was less than 100 million pounds per month. The current demand is around 400 million pounds per month.

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The humane treatment of animals is an ethical and moral imperative.

- Hamdi Ulukaya, Chobani Founder and CEO

We have growing relationships with institutions like Cornell University that help develop animal welfare programs with farmers who provide milk to Chobani. Because at the end of the day, the quality of all Chobani products in your fridge depends on the health and well-being of the animals on the farm.
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Better food for more cows

Cow

Over 90% of cows in the U.S. are fed GMO feed. That means nearly all U.S. dairy cows are fed grains that are likely to be genetically modified. Today, there is simply not enough non-GMO grain for farmers to feed their dairy cows.

90% of cows in the U.S. are fed GMO feed.

A cup of yogurt won’t change the world, but how we make it might.

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