November 28, 2021

FDA Issues Chobani Recall Statement

The FDA has issued a Chobani yogurt recall statement. The company has stopped distribution because of product bloating and swelling and some illness claims. The product was distributed nationwide from its Twin Falls Idaho facility.

Recall SignageThe products subject to recall include those tubs of yogurt with best by date codes of September 11-13 (four digit time stamp) to October 07-13. The IMS number is 16-012. The products that are recalled include Chobani 6 ounce cups, all flavors; 16 ounce tubs, all flavors; 32 ounce tubs, all flavors; and 3.5 ounce cups, all flavors. Also recalled are Chobani Bite™ 3.5 ounce cups, all flavors; Chobani Flip™ 5.3 ounce containers, all flavors; Chobani Champions®  3.5 ounce cups, all flavors, and Chobani Champions®  2.25 ounce tubes in 8, 16, and 36 count, all flavors. To see the UPC numbers of the recalled products along with all of the flavors, visit the FDA web site.

If you purchased any of these products, call 877-847-6181 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm ET. The company will coordinate replacements or refunds. If you ate any of these products and have been sick, see your health care provider.


  1. People with mold allergy can have very serious symptoms. I’ve been allergic to it, for most of my life. I stopped eating Chobani yogurt in June or July because they tasted bad, which may not have had anything to do with the current recall. Although, I did have several cups that were excessively watery and were thrown away. Funny, the product ‘recall’ wasn’t announced until after many news sources reported for a few days, that there was a problem with the yogurt.

  2. Kelly Burgess says

    What type of illness should we watch for? My daughter consumed part of one of these a week or so ago.

    • Linda Larsen says

      The comments on Chobani’s Facebook page mention vomiting and stomach pain; I’ve also seen some mentions of diarrhea.

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