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Have you tried Greek Yogurt before?  Ever wonder how it’s made?  Next Tuesday, May 20th, at 1:00pm ET Discovery Education will be in New Berlin, NY for a livestream from a Chobani Greek Yogurt Factory.  We will learn how fresh milk is used to create this food, the technologies that are used during the process,  how science and engineering play a pivotal role at this factory, and observe a wide range of careers that are available in this industry.ChobaniTile

Ask your teachers to watch it and have them register your class here:  www.RecipeForInnovation.Eventbrite.com  Do you have any questions for our event?  Post them in the comments section and we might just read yours on the Virtual Field Trip!



  1. Kerith (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    COOOOOOL breing me some.

    • London (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

      what do u mean????

      • Shelby (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

        How do you get into a virtual field trip?

        • Jeanette (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

          Hi Shelby. It’s easy! You just go to the link in the post and sign up. It’s free. Then, on the day of the event, you sign in to it on your computer and attend virtually, by watching and sending in questions via the event site. Usually, these events fall during the school day, so it is up to teachers to register and set it up for you as an activity in school. Hope you can attend the Chobani one!

  2. London (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    i will

  3. AWG (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    Metoometoometoo!

  4. AWG (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    Only I don’t like Greek yogurt

  5. SAMUEL (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    I WANNA GO BRING ME SOME NOW!!! =) :P

  6. SAMUEL (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    ME TOO! :P

  7. Dolly (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    Sounds yummy! :D

  8. Crystal (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    Nice, now I want to…

  9. Kerith (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    I want some of the Greek yogurt. Why?

  10. Kerith (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    To London

  11. Sunny (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    That sounds pretty AWESOME!

  12. Jack (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    I’ve always wondered how Greek yogurt is different from regular yogurt. Can someone tell me?

  13. Zoe & Tyler (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    Greek yogurt is a lot more healthy than normal yogurt.

  14. Sidney (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    Greek yogurt is healthier than regular, I wonder why?

  15. Zoe & Tyler (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    I wonder why Greek yogurt is more healthy.

  16. Ginny (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    why is greek yogurt healthier?

  17. CM (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    I like turtles.

  18. Mrs. Plitts class (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    How does the milk not spoil during pasturization?

  19. Mrs. Plitts class (Reply) on Tuesday 13, 2014

    2,166.666666666667 pounds of yogurt