If you've had some stomach trouble and eat a lot of Chobani greek yogurt, it's time to start checking some lot codes.
Chobani has recalled its Greek yogurt after reports of illness and bloated and swollen products on store shelves.
The FDA said the company is investigating the root cause of the issue. The Huffington Post reported problem may have been caused with a mold common to dairy facilities.
The products were sold nationwide from its Twin Falls, Idaho distribution facility and had date codes, or "best by" dates between Sept. 11 and 13 and Oct. 7 and 13.
The IMS number is 16-012.
The recall affects all flavors of Chobani 6, 16, 32 and 3.5 ounce cups as well as Chobani Bute, Flip and Champions products.
In a statement, Chobani, Inc., said "the quality of Chobani products and the trust of its consumers are the company's primary concern, and it sincerely apologizes to its consumers impacted by this issue. Chobani holds itself to the highest standards and is committed to fully transparent and decisive action to rectify any identified issues."
Consumers who have purchased the product should discard the product and may contact the company's Customer Loyalty Team at chobani.com/care or call 877-847-6181 between the hours of 9am and 5pm eastern time.