Did Tops hire Eichmann?


The insert ad for Tops in the September 24 PD included a column of foods for celebration of the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur, which most people know to be a fasting day. Perhaps they meant foods for the evening before or after. However, the selections included "bagged spinach," which has not quite marched back onto shelves because of continued concern over its link to recent e. coli cases. Or has Eichmann found employ in their marketing department? Richard Mandel Shaker Heights Tune to previous episodes of Public Square.

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