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January 12, 1990 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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NEWS I

KOSHER
NOTICE FROM
PRINGLE'S.

The Pringle's Brand has for the past 15 years
proudly offered products certified by the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America as
Kosher. Currently, there are seven Pringle's varieties
which are certified and labeled as Kosher products:
Original, Sour Cream 'N Onion, Light Original, Light
B-B-Q, Idaho Rippled Original and Idaho Rippled
French Onion Potato Chips and Fresh Roasted
Corn Crisps.
One of the few Pringle's items which is not certi-
fied as Kosher is Light Ranch Potato Chips, which
does not typically carry a Kosher symbol. The sea-
soning mix used in preparing this product contains a
very small amount of a non-kosher ingredient similar
to that used in many cheese flavored salted snacks.
The package design for this product was recently
changed and, in the process, the CD symbol was inad-
vertently added by our packaging supplier to the label
of some Light Ranch product. The majority of the
product was stopped before reaching the market.
We deeply regret this error and are in the process
of taking corrective action working with the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. This
action includes correcting the label on all product in
our control, withdrawal of product, and alerting con-
sumers through advertising and shelf notices.
We invite anyone who has this product to return
it to their store for a refund or exchange for another
Pringle's product. Again, we regret any inconvenience
and hope you will continue to enjoy our Pringle's
products.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1990

71,000 Jews
Left USSR In '89

New York (JTA) — A total
of 8,690 Jews left the Soviet
Union in December, bring-
ing the number of Soviet
Jews who emigrated in 1989
to 71,196, the highest year
on record.
It was nearly four times as
large as the 1988 total of
18,965 and almost nine
times as large as the 1987
total of 8,155.
The December figures also
reflect a new trend: an up-
surge in the number of

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Soviet Jews deciding to set-
tle in Israel, largely as a
result of tighter U.S. im-
migration policies. Of the
8,690 Jews who left the
Soviet Union as refugees
last month, 3,590, or 41 per-
cent, went to Israel.
The percentage was a huge
increase from the figures of
the previous 11 months,
when the percentage of
Soviet Jewish emigres going
to Israel did not climb above
20 percent.
Officials at Jewish agen-
cies involved with Soviet
Jews expect the percentage
of emigres settling in Israel
to remain high in the coming
months, since those intent
on coming to the United
States must now apply in
Moscow for U.S. visas, which
are scarce.
In related news, Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
and Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek discussed the pro-
spects of absorbing between
100,000 and 150,000 im-
migrants in the capital over
the next three years.
According to unofficial
estimates, a quarter of a
million Soviet Jews are ex-
pected to arrive in Israel

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