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On December 17, 2012 Chobani opened one of the world’s largest yogurt-processing plants in Twin Falls, Idaho. The one million square-foot facility cost $450 million and employs 300 people.
Mr. Ulukaya [ Chobani owner and CEO ] said, “The state expects the total economic impact of our business there to be $1.3 billion.” The plant won the 2013 DBIA Design-Build Project of the Year award and the 2013 Food Plant of the Year award from Food Engineering magazine. SEE: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chobani
In March of 2016, Chobani announced that it will be incrementally investing almost $100 million into the Greek yogurt plants it has in Twin Falls, Idaho. The Twin Falls plant currently employs more than 1,000 people, almost 100 of whom were hired in the last half of 2015.
Chobani plans to add a global research and development facility for their Twin Falls scientific team, office expansions and an employee cafeteria. This summer, they plan to start to produce yogurt-based dip and drinkable yogurt products in the Twin Falls factory. SEE: wikipedia article on HAMDI ULUKAYA.
In 2014 Ulukaya pledged to donate $2 million to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. His intention was to provide immediate relief for those being persecuted in Iraq and Syria and to explore philanthropic avenues for helping refugees around the world.
In May 2015 Ulukaya announced that he will donate a majority of his wealth to help refugees around the world. The donation will be made under the auspices of The Giving Pledge, started by Warren Buffet and Bill Gates. The Giving Pledge encourages billionaires to donate at least half of their wealth, either during their lifetimes or in their wills.
Ulukaya visited the Greek island of Lesbos in September 2015 to see first-hand the situation of the mostly Syrian refugees there.
In 2015 he launched a foundation called Tent to help refugees. Ulukaya stated that he would like to see more companies and entrepreneurs engaged in helping refugees by providing more innovative solutions to solving the crisis, using their expertise to help refugees and asking companies to explore hiring refugees. At Chobani’s plants in Upstate New York and Twin Falls Idaho, Ulukaya has long hired refugees from around the world from regions across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
On September 29, 2015 Ulukaya spoke at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York. He urged business people to do more than “just write checks” to help alleviate the suffering of the displaced.
In addition to receiving many entrepreneurship awards, in April 2014 he was named by President Barack Obama as an inaugural member of the Presidential Ambassadors for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE) initiative – 11 selected business leaders who will champion and encourage entrepreneurship in the U.S. and abroad.
In November, 2015 Ulukaya was honored by the Children’s Aid Society with their Corporate Leadership Award.
In April, 2016, Chobani announced it was giving 10 percent of its ownership stake to its employees. Considering there are 2000 employees, this would be on average $150,000 per employee.
Some employees will be becoming instant millionaires as a result of this action, because share awards were based on tenure at the company. See the same wikipedia article as above, on CHOBANI.