June 5, 2014

'Chobani' Yogurt: Anti-Science and Proud of It

Colin Lecher, Popular Science


The Associated Press

You may recognize yogurt company Chobani by the ostentatious "100" rainbow-plastered on their cups. This is to inform the buying public that each cup has 100 calories. By what dark blood oath did these innovators accomplish such a feat? Simply put, they removed all of the science, an adulterant known to dramatically inflate calorie count.

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