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What is wrong with my Fage yogurt?

danna | Jun 30, 200603:38 PM     23

I just opened a 7 oz Fage 2% yogurt container. The yogurt seems to have separated/curdled/not sure what to call it. There was lots of separated water, and when stirred in (up to this point not unusual), the yogurt had tiny lumps in , and could not be stirred smooth. It was MUCH less thick than normal, I would assume because of the tiny clumping. This is the second time I have seen this phenomenon this year. The yogurt seems to taste fine...but I threw it away anyway because the texture is not pleasing, and I'm a little worried about what's wrong with it.

The second container I opened (I keep them stockpiled) was fine, and they were purchased, transported and stored together (I am 97% sure). The date on both was 7/13.

What did the yogurt do? What caused it? Any problem to eat?

Thanks in advance.

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