Who's Next? Cream of Wheat Removes Image of Black Chef from Packaging

Sep 29th

It seems like every other day a brand or corporation is finding deeply embedded racism in their company. Good Morning America is reporting that another food brand is joining the list of bowing to a new woke mob.

In the latest move that will finally destroy racism once and for all, Cream of Wheat joins Aunt Jemimah, Uncle Ben, and Mrs. Buttersworth in removing a beloved icon from their branding.

Racism has been vanquished.

Sarcasm aside, here's the explanation for the move:

"For years, the image of an African-American chef appeared on our Cream of Wheat packaging. While research indicates the image may be based upon an actual Chicago chef named Frank White, it reminds some consumers of earlier depictions they find offensive," B&G Foods, the parent company of Cream of Wheat, said in a statement to "Good Morning America." "Therefore, we are removing the chef image from all Cream of Wheat packaging."

That's right, there is no intended racism, no evidence of racism, but some woke lefties say they are REMINDED of racist images, therefore the chef has to go.

If you are obsessed with looking for racism you are going to find it, even where it doesn't exist.


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