Recalled Chobani Yogurt May Cause Illness

WNYT News Channel 13 and other local media outlets are reporting that containers of Chobani yogurt sold in the Capital District may be sickening consumers. Earlier this week, Chobani issued a recall of selected packages of its yogurt due to the possibility that they may be contaminated with mold. Customer complaints suggest that ingesting the contaminated yogurt may cause symptoms consistent with food poisoning, including headache, nausea, and gastrointestinal difficulties The containers covered by the recall are marked with the code 16-012 and have a "best-by" date between Sept. 11, 2013 and Oct. 7, 2013. A complete listing of the recalled varieties is available on the FDA website here. The problem was first identified when consumers reported the yogurt containers fizzing, bloating, and exploding, all indicators of the possible presence of contaminants. To view the coverage of this story from WNYT NewsChannel 13, click here.

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