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Hebrew National and Reddi-wip announced they pulled advertising from Sean Hannity’s show — but they say it has nothing to do with the recent Keurig-smashing backlash

“A spokesperson from Conagra Brands, the company that owns all three food brands, told Business Insider on Monday that the company had “removed Hannity from our advertising plans for all Conagra brands.”” reports businessinsider.com. On Tuesday, a Conagra Brands spokesperson clarified the timing of the company’s decision to cut advertising, adding that it had no relation to the current controversy with Sean Hannity.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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