NEW BERLIN, N.Y. – Chobani delivery trucks left the New Berlin facility Tuesday morning to bring about 300,000 products to those in need around the country.
More than 200,000 Chobani yogurt products are headed to those affected by Hurricane Ida, including the hard-hit residents of Mamaroneck in Westchester County, New York City, Louisiana and New Jersey. Another 100,000 products will also be provided to Afghan refugees living in temporary housing in the U.S. after fleeing Taliban rule in their country.
New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Commissioner Richard Ball was at the facility Tuesday morning to help pack the Chobani products and load them on the trucks.
Representatives from Chobani and The Center Executive Director Shelly Callahan were also there to assist with the effort.