Trouble at the Park Slope Food Coop
Today on Tablet
Get ready, folks, because today in Tablet Magazine Jennifer Bleyer goes where the New York Times fears to tread (kidding): the Park Slope Food Coop, which is currently discussing the prospect of eventually one day holding a referendum on no longer selling Israeli products.
Here’s a quiz, for those who haven’t read the article yet: what are the four Israeli products the coop currently sells? Answer’s after the jump. And none of them are hummus.
The four products are paprika, bath salts, vegan marshmallows, and the SodaStream seltzer machine.
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