posted on Aug, 23 2005 @ 10:28 PM
First, I'm sure they will. It might be a couple of days, but I'm sure they will. You'd be suprised how many wing-nuts are out there who are
convinced that anyone with a kosher symbol on their products are slaves of "the Jew" (because they, unlike any other people on the planet, all work
towards the same goal and are part of the same global domination club
). It's actually sad, and I'm sure their customer service department
would be more than happy to answer a coherent letter about the Hebrew for a change.
As to imports to Israel, they are like the EU. They require labels, ingredients, etc. to be in Hebrew. There can be other languages, too, but the
Hebrew has to be there, too. Kind of like Canada with English and French.
I'm curious as to why they do that; it seems like a lot of extrenious information that someone who eats Kosher wouldn't need to know. I would be
like a label that says
Made in the USA
[insert flag image here] By directive of American business
Under the president of the United States
Located in North America
For the most part, people who look for the "Made in the USA" wouldn't need that extra info. All that would do, in my mind (I may have been an ATS
member for too long
), would be to cause some people to wonder if there was a conspiracy going on.