The Danone company has been hit by several food safety issues recently, including a consumer reporting insects in a pack of its infant formula and another batch of baby formula testing positive for Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria.

Danone is the corporation behind many food and beverage brands sold in the United States, including Oikos, Activia, Silk,…

ucm490415JRZ Dairy, Inc., Selinsgrove, PA Recalls Whole Milk Yogurt and Low Fat Yogurt Because of a Possible Health Risk Due To Incomplete Pasteurization. Inadequate pasteurization may allow for the survival of pathogens, which may cause serious or fatal infections after consumption. No illnesses have been reported to date. Yogurt products were distributed to retail stores…

Stevia leaf extract and sucralose are both safe as far as the federal government is concerned, but two yogurt giants are at odds about the zero-calorie sweeteners and the dispute has oozed into the federal court system. Chobani-Simply-100-yogurtjpgIt only took two days for Chobani LLC and the Dannon Co. to reach the litigation level in…

At least 89 people have complained of illness to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration following the market withdrawal and eventual recall of Chobani yogurt due to a mold that caused cups to bloat and sour before their expiration date. The complainants reported becoming ill after eating the recalled yogurt. Some have called or written…

The cause of a problem with Chobani Greek-style yogurt cups first reported over Labor Day weekend appears to be a type of mold “commonly found in the dairy environment,” according to a spokeswoman for the yogurt company. The affected products bear the code “16-012” on their foil covers and have expiration dates between Sept. 11,…

UPDATE (9/3, 10:00 Pacific): Chobani has told Food Safety News that the affected product bears the code 16-012, with expiration dates ranging from 9/11/2013 to 10/7/2013. The article has been updated to reflect this information. Greek-style yogurt maker Chobani has reportedly asked various grocery retailers in the U.S. to pull its yogurt cups from shelves…