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oregonlive.com - 11 readers - But Chobani still remains silent on what type of mold contaminated the yogurt, how it became tainted, how many people are affected and where the yogurt was sold, though a spokeswoman said the company fixed the problem.
npr.org - 14 readers, 3 Tweets - Some food companies are using the term "evaporated cane juice" on their ingredients list instead of sugar. But the Food and Drug Administration says the term can mislead consumers into thinking it's not sugar, and has advised companies not to use it.
adweek.com - 9 readers, 162 Tweets - Chobani and its agency Droga5 are being sued by inspirational author Dov Seidman, who is claiming the yogurt infringed on his trademark while lifting core concepts from his 2011 book, "How: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything." Seidman, also the CEO of business consultancy LRN, alleges that the defendants illegally employed his trad