Chobani says it's sorry.
The Greek yogurt-maker has quietly been pulling some of its product off the shelves because of mold contamination. But now, Chobani has issued a formal recall through the FDA.
Customers have complained about odd tastes and bloated containers. Some have reportedly become ill.
Chobani founder Hamdi Ulukaya wrote on the company's website: "I'm sorry we let you down," and "Your loyalty and safety is something we cherish and never take for granted."
The mold contamination was found in Chobani's plant in Twin Falls, Idaho. It's not clear what parts of the country the affected yogurt was shipped to. There's also no official word on how many people got sick.
To find out if the Chobani yogurt in your fridge is part of the recall, check for the code: 16-012, with an expiration date between September 11 and October 7, 2013. There are 91 flavors and container sizes affected. Chobani says it will refund its customers' money.