ELIZABETH, N.J. -- Two of Procter & Gamble's beverage brands teamed with Wakefern Food Corp. here to distribute a coloring and activity book for Jewish children that centered around the holiday of Purim. umers each brand is certified kosher. Officials at Wakefern were unavailable for comment, but Judy Ellis, a spokeswoman at Procter & Gamble's Cincinnati headquarters, said, "The Purim activity book is a very small effort that was really initiated at the local level. It was a ...

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