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We are excited to take you behind-the-scenes tomorrow at a Greek Yogurt factory in New Berlin, NY.  There is so much that we are going to show, and so much to learn while walking around this facility.  Below is an image of several large pipes used for passing steam to various areas of the plant.  What do you think the steam is used for?  Post your ideas in the comment section, then watch tomorrow at 1pm ET to see if you can find the right answer!

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  1. ayden (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    I feel like the steam is to moisturize the yogurt because when you open the yogurt there is water in the package OR to clean the yogurt with heat just like they do with water!!! :) :D :):D

    • RD (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

      Wow, that’s so cool! :D I like yogurt and muffins! ^_^

      • NC (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

        I love sweet candies :3

      • Nayelli (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

        i know right me too :)

  2. Sanche (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    This looks cool

  3. Hayley (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    I think the steam may be used to help soften some of the various fruits used in yogurts so they are easier to mix in. As well as the water from the steam may clean the berries and wash off any dirt or dust on the fruit.

  4. sydney (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    that looks COOL

  5. Anna (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    Who going on the field trip?

  6. Anna (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    sorry i meant who is

  7. Carolyn (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    maybe to soften the yogurt?

  8. Bacca (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    i think it is so the yogurt stays fresh

  9. rebecca (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    that sounds cool but ill be in school

  10. Derek (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    I think that it is to make the dense ness of the yogurt go away

  11. Nicole and Gracie (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    What is your favorite chobani flavor?

    • Anna (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

      I dont eat chobani so i dont know what my favorite flavor is.

  12. Anna (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    I agree with you Ayden. i think the steam is what makes the yogurt wet at the top when you open it.

  13. Kaden (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    Sounds fun. But i will miss it :(.

  14. ezra (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    it was so cool i live on a farm to my grame usto make cream an ice cream

  15. Nayelli (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    that sound really cool that is really good information and i love sweet staff.

  16. Haley (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    i love chobani yogourts! i’ve always wondered how greek yogourt and regular yogourt are different!:)

  17. Nathally (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    I wish i went to that factory i want to see how yogurt is made it looks cool and so awsome. Also, because i love <3 yougurt its good especially the peach one that has pieces of peach. What kind of yougurt do you like?

  18. Nathally (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    Is yogurt actually healthy or is it just a lie?

  19. savannah (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    it isnt that much to me all of them taste the same but there not because of the fruit

  20. savannah (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    i love yogurt do you

  21. Nathally (Reply) on Monday 19, 2014

    Yogurt is good but sometimes you cant tell the difference taste