- Chobani says it will open a food incubator in New York City, offering a commercial kitchen, office space, and expertise to food entrepreneurs.
- Chobani, which altered the yogurt business with its Greek-style blends, says it wants to find, support, and invest in other disrupters.
- The company will call for pitches from entrepreneurs next month, and then 10 companies will be selected for the first round.
There's no shortage of food incubators in New York. Places such as Hana Kitchen, Mi Kitchen es su Kitchen, and the city-sponsored Entrepreneur Space are all major players, but none of them have quite the cache of Chobani.