Hamdi Ulukaya, the “Turkish king of Greek yogurt” in America, gave the commencement address last Sunday at the State University of New York at Albany, of which he is an alumnus. Mr. Ulukaya, who built Chobani into a billion-dollar business in five years, has been called “the Steve Jobs of Yogurt.” He’s also been called a yogurt thief by his ex-wife, who says he swiped the Chobani recipe from Fage yogurt.
“Old Factory, Snap Decision Spawn Greek-Yogurt Craze,” Sarah E. Needleman, Wall Street Journal
“How rural Chenango County became Greek yogurt capital: The story behind Chobani yogurt,” Don Cazentre, Syracuse.com
“Greek Yogurt a Boon for New York State,” William Neuman, New York Times
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