NEW BERLIN, N.Y.—Chobani, LLC is bringing its Greek yogurt to Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
The maker of the nation's best-selling Greek yogurt brand revealed today it has begun exporting to Singapore, Malaysia and Panama. Chobani said it will export to Asia single-serve cups of plain, blood orange, blueberry, honey, mango, raspberry, passion fruit and strawberry, plus multi-serve containers of plain yogurt.
The global expansion builds on Chobani's growth in the United States and Australia, where production has soared from 25,000 cases a week to the same number on a daily basis, according to the company. The company said its yogurt has been available in Panama for the last few weeks and will be soon be offered throughout the Caribbean.
"Asia and Latin America have untold possibility for Chobani and our expansion in these regions furthers out business opportunities and builds on our founding mission to provide better food for more people," Chobani Chief Operating Officer and President David Denholm said in a statement.
Chobani started selling its yogurt in Canada and Australia in late 2011, marking its international debut.
Hamdi Ulukaya, a native of Turkey, founded Chobani nine years ago after moving to New York.