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In response to the rising swell of protests following the killing of George Floyd, Aunt Jemima will drop the image of a Black woman from its packaging and change the name of the brand. AdAge food reporter Jessica Wohl has more on how the branding shift is part of a larger corporate response to racial injustice.
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