Chobani announced another step in its efforts to combat child hunger with the release of a Raspberry Lemonade Greek Yogurt 4-pack. The latest in its impact batches tied to charitable efforts, Chobani Child Hunger Batch supports Edesia, a global nonprofit that produces specialized food designed to combat severe malnutrition.
Consumers will be excited to learn that Raspberry Lemonade Greek Yogurt–previously a fan-favorite, limited-time item–is now a permanent flavor. 

The Chobani Child Hunger Batch is a layered lemon Greek Yogurt with real raspberry on the bottom, a delicious raspberry lemonade flavor reminiscent of childhood summers.  Chobani Child Hunger Batch is sold nationwide in 5.3-ounce 4-packs at a suggested retail price of $4.99. Like all Chobani Greek Yogurt products, it's made with only natural, non-GMO ingredients and no artificial flavors or preservatives.
 "It's a tragedy that millions of children are at risk of acute malnutrition globally. Companies have an opportunity and responsibility to come together to bring an end to childhood hunger," said Hamdi Ulukaya, Chobani founder & CEO. "Edesia shares our commitment to action. Good, nutritious food should be a right for all, not a privilege for some, which is why Chobani has been committed to making delicious, nutritious, accessible food since the beginning."

Navyn Salem, Founder & CEO of Edesia, joined the Chobani Incubator in 2019 for her consumer-facing line of products. It was through this program that Chobani and Edesia realized their shared values.

"Our collective vision – that food and nutrition are a basic human right for all – is what drives the partnership between Edesia and Chobani. With Chobani's ongoing support and awareness created through the Child Hunger Batch, Edesia will be able to reach more malnourished children with our life-saving foods,” Salem said.

Chobani is donating $250,000 to support Edesia's mission of providing life-saving food to millions of malnourished children worldwide. This builds upon Chobani's efforts to combat childhood hunger, which includes advocacy for free school lunches and anti-lunch shaming, donations to food banks, and the company's national Food Access In Reach (FAIR) pilot program, which was announced at the historic 2022 White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health. During the pandemic, Chobani donated and delivered 10.5 million products to schools, hospitals, first responders, and food banks across 30 states. 

About Chobani
Chobani is a food maker with a mission of making high-quality and nutritious food accessible to more people, while elevating our communities and making the world a healthier place. In short: making good food for all.  In support of this mission, we are a values-driven, people-first, food-and-wellness-focused company, and have been since Hamdi Ulukaya, an immigrant to the U.S., founded the company in 2005. We produce yogurt, non-dairy oatmilk, and dairy- and plant-based creamers. Chobani yogurt is America's No.1 yogurt brand, and it's made with only natural ingredients without artificial preservatives.