Yogurts are displayed at a supermarket in Herouville Saint-Clair, northwestern France, on February 26, 2013.(CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP/Getty Images)
KUSA - Yogurt-maker Chobani is recalling certain cups of its Greek yogurt because they may be contaminated with mold.
Chobani Greek yogurt marked with the code "16-012" and best buy dates between Sept. 11 and Oct. 7, 2013 are affected by the call nationwide.
An exact list of products, in all states including Colorado retail and club stores, are as follows:
• Chobani 6-ounce cups - all flavors
• Chobani 16-ounce tubs - all flavors
• Chobani 32-ounce tubs - all flavors
• Chobani 3.5-ounce cups - all flavors
• Chobani Bite™ 3.5-ounce cups - all flavors
• Chobani Flip™ 5.3-ounce containers - all flavors
• Chobani Champions® cups 3.5-ounce - all flavors
• Chobani Champions® tubes 2.25-ounce, 8, 16 and 36 count - all flavors
Consumer complaints of illness and odd-tasting yogurt began a week ago. Consumers report some yogurt cups were swelling and fizzing.
The company claims the yogurt may be affected by a common mold found in the dairy industry.
Customers who bought the product should discard it and contact the company to coordinate replacements or refunds at www.chobani.com/care or call 877-847-6181.
For more information, visit the official recall on the FDA's website: http://1.usa.gov/18wgcLR.
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