Meiji’s decision to end Karl sales in eastern Japan leaves older fans up in arms

After Meiji Co.’s decision to pull its long-selling corn puff snack Karl from shelves in eastern Japan, avid fans have flocked to stores to buy stockpiles of the treat. Summit Inc., a Tokyo-based supermarket chain operator, said sales of Karl tripled …
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