You can read my updated October 1, 2018 post in which I respond to a request for corrections from attorneys for Chobani LLC, The Tent Foundation, and Mr. Hamdi Ulukaya by clicking here. It is also available for the next day or so on my front page.
Update October 9, 2018: My response to the law firm is here. This morning I received a letter via Federal Express from a large Washington DC law firm (Akin Gump) representing Chobani Yogurt and Hamdi Ulukaya’s Tent Foundation. They challenge my assertion that the company and the organization are promoting bringing more refugees to the … Continue reading Chobani lawyers critical of recent post
Editor’s note: As I reported here last week, I received a letter at my home from a Washington, DC lawfirm representing Chobani, LLC and its principal shareholder Hamdi Ulukaya. The letter also references Mr. Ulukaya’s foundation (The Tent Foundation). They claim that several points I made in a post below are false based on information … Continue reading Chobani yogurt tycoon, Hamdi Ulukaya, gets Global Citizen award from DC think tank along with Cindy McCain (update)
Idaho Republican governor Otter praised the yogurt tycoon. Here is the story from the Utica, NY Observer-Dispatch: The founder and CEO of Chobani has no regrets about moving part of his Greek yogurt company to south-central Idaho, a region embroiled in the national debate over refugee resettlement that spread to company boycotts by far-right bloggers and … Continue reading Chobani Yogurt update: plant expansion planned for Twin Falls, Idaho
We told you recently that the NY Times has gone to bat for Hamdi Ulukaya who is changing Twin Falls, Idaho with a refugee worker flow for his world’s largest yogurt plant there. As I said yesterday, some of the big players in the UN/US refugee program are giant corporations, some of them foreign-owned, that … Continue reading Church World Service head honcho sucking up to the NYT and Chobani Yogurt tycoon