Chobani rides out anti-immigrant backlash
When the immigrant founder of Chobani yogurt needed to expand to meet rising demand, he tapped a labor source close to his heart: refugees in a nearby resettlement camp. He repeated the experience when he opened a second plant. Then came the reaction from anti-immigrant websites. Among the takeaways:
Chobani founder Hamdi Ulukaya, a Turkish Kurd, says he came to the United States after his human rights activism on behalf of other Kurds landed him in trouble.