By Michael Hill
SOUTH EDMESTON, N.Y. (AP) -- Chobani is making Greek yogurt as fast as Americans are eating it.
Its plant here in upstate New York farm country already pumps out 1.5 million cases of the thick yogurt every week, and pallets are stacked four stories high in the chilled warehouse. Read More »
The Greek government may have it debt woes, but it appears Greek-style yogurt is a way to make money hand over fist -- at least in the U.S.
The treat's growing popularity is a boon for Chobani Greek Yogurt, manufactured by upstate New York-based Agro Farma, which announced plans this week to open a second... Read More »
A Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to a charge of food tampering following allegations that he tainted yogurt cups with his own semen.
Authorities said that Joseph Bartorillo, 60, secretly injected semen into containers of yogurt brought to work by two female co-workers at a Procter & Gamble paper... Read More »
The moral of the story is to raise all your own food and always eat at home.
After initially pleading innocent to charges of adulterating food and lying to federal investigators, 32-year-old Anthony Garcia will be entering a guilty plea in U.S. District Court on Thursday, according to a report on the Smoking... Read More »