Just Say No to Bamba

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I rarely agree with the Haredim, but recently they have instituted a boycott against Bamba and other Israeli snacks:

The Haredi Community, an ultra-Orthodox communal organization which strongly opposes Zionism, declared a consumers’ boycott on leading Israeli food brands that have been adorned with the Israeli flag in honor of the country’s 60th birthday. (MORE)

Isn’t a ban on peanut butter-flavored Styrofoam good for the Jews?

Posted on May 13, 2008

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One thought on “Just Say No to Bamba

  1. YYerannen

    Peanut butter-flavored Styrofoam?! I’m sorry; a million and a half Israeli children can’t be wrong. The stuff is a heavenly, melt-in-your-mouth treat — half savory, half sweet. Fortified with minerals and vitamins. Travels well, too.

    That and the hummus are among the best reasons to live in Israel.

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