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Continuing To Lead The Greek Yogurt Category

Chobani New Products

Good news, Chobani fans! We’re expanding our products. And when we say expanding, we don’t just mean new flavors. We’re going big with the most significant expansion in our history: six new product innovations for July that push Greek Yogurt beyond breakfast and provide better food for more people throughout the day. The new products include Chobani Greek Yogurt Oats, authentically strained Greek Yogurt mixed with real fruit and steel-cut oats; Chobani Indulgent, our first dessert product; Chobani Kids and more.

Chobani’s Commitment to Using Non-GMO Ingredients

Like you, we believe people should care about what’s in their food. And because transparency is vital to all of us, we want to share what we’ve done to date with our products.

There has been a great deal of confusion and misinformation around genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the dairy industry and specifically in Chobani products.

The simple truth is that Chobani products are made using only natural ingredients that are not genetically modified (non-GMO).

The milk we use to make our yogurt is not genetically modified, according to the European Union, the United States Department of Agriculture and proposed state labeling legislation definitions.

Since the very beginning, Chobani has always sourced milk from cows not treated with rBST*.

We don’t use chemical preservatives, artificial sweeteners, or modified cornstarch in our products. Additionally, we require our suppliers to certify that every ingredient supplied to us – including the millions of pounds of fruit and dry ingredients used to make our products – have not been genetically modified. . We also conduct our own testing with a third party to test for cross-contamination across the supply chain.

This is all part of our commitment to using only natural ingredients, which you can read more about here.

Or, you can also (and always!) shoot us a note or give us a shout online!


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