America’s No. 1 Greek Yogurt brand Chobani is accepting submissions for its Spring 2020 Chobani Incubator program.

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The Chobani Incubator helps small food and beverage startups bring better food to more people. Chobani provides companies $25,000 in equity-free capital and access to Chobani’s network and expertise in order to scale their operations and achieve significant growth. The program includes workshops and mentorship from Chobani’s leaders in operations, finance, sales, and marketing, in addition to visits to Chobani’s manufacturing facilities, retailers and trade shows.

They’re looking for passionate founders shaking up the food industry with innovative solutions to help bring better food to more people. Anyone making a delicious, nutritious, natural and affordable product is encouraged to apply.

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The incubator program aligns seamlessly with Chobani’s greater mission to provide better food to more people. Founder and CEO Hamdi Ulukaya started Chobani in 2005 after seeing a hole in the market. Intending to start a new food movement, he began by making natural and delicious yogurt more readily available to American consumers, the same way it was in his native country of Turkey. Startups who are selected for the Chobani Incubator will greatly benefit from partnering with a company that so transparently and whole-heartedly sticks to its core mission.

Applications for the Spring 2020 Chobani Incubator Program are now open and the deadline to apply is December 1. Passionate brands looking to bring innovative solutions to the table are highly encouraged to apply here. More information, including answers to frequently asked questions can be found here.

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