Hi, yes, I have noticed it, too!! I have bought Chobani exclusively ever since it came out, about 10 or so per week for the family. They always used to be solid and creamy. But just in the past week or two, every time I've opened one, there's been liquid on the top that I have to drain off. Gross!! Just today at the store I bought Fage split cups for the first time, to try something different. They are solid and creamy. I have no idea why there's been a change with Chobani, but I don't like it.
I like the Greek God's brand of Greek yogurt and kefir.
Never had Chobani.
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Do you check the expiration date before you purchase it? Also, the store or the distributor may not have refrigerated it consistently at the temperature it should have been. I'd write to Chobani and tell them about your problem you have discovered. I've really never found it the way you describe. Chobani is my preference and we always have it in the refrig.
My husband prefers Muller over Chobani. Maybe try a different brand to see if something else suits your tastes better... and has a normal consistency.
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I've noticed as well the inconsistency. I stopped buying it. I no longer like the taste and I don't know if my taste has changed or the product is made a little differently. There is another brand I now buy.
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I don't see any mention of Flavored Yogurt, in these threads!
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OK, so you like your yogurt flavored! Did you realize that it has a lot of sugar in it! I found that I was hooked on it because of the uplift in my blood sugar. Non fat plain, or greek plain is better for you. If you still want flavor then do this: put a little wheat germ or flax on it, or a few nuts. You can run your favorite fruit thru the food processor, pour it into an ice tray, freeze. Take out and thaw, or put into the micro wave , then refrigerate till cold again. If you micro wave it , it becomes like jelly.
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I have had no problems with Chobani Greek yogurt-it is my favorite.
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I've never eaten Chobani, but I know many people who don't like it.
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I've experienced the inconsistency with several brands of Greek yogurt. I sometimes wonder if the age of the yogurt has anything to do with it.... It also happens when I buy the larger containers and I go back a few days later... there is a lot of liquid in the container that I drain off. (And I buy plain)
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I don't eat Chobani, but I have heard quite a few people talking about that when I go to grab my yogurt. I heard on the news that they had done some more equipment upgrades so I wonder if that is part of it. I would definitely call the company so they know there is a problem.
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I haven't had Chobani for awhile; I did have one of the new "bites" the other day and it was very thin and runny which was odd.
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and I'm not sure what that's about however, it's still a better choice than the regular type. I enjoy it with honey and/or granola!
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Has anyone noticed an inconsistency in Chobani, some days it is Thick and Creamy, other days is us much thinner, like a regular yogurt. I have days when I peel the lid back a bit and drain at least a teaspoon of liquid off, and still it is thinner.
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