The world's largest fortune cookie manufacturer has removed romantic messages from their products after complaints from parents.
Wonton Food was contacted by parents concerned that the 'words of wisdom' offered in the crisp cookies were unsuitable for children.
The Brooklyn-based company, which produces five million cookies every day, has now replaced the saucy 'fortune' notes with milder prophecies.
'Some parents sent us e-mails. They said they didn’t want their kids reading them,' explained vice president Derrick Wong. 'Different people have a different perspective,' he said.
The company have now removed the more suggestive fortunes from their catalog of 10,000 messages, reported The New York Post.
Messages which raised eyebrows among parents include 'One who admires you greatly is hidden before your eyes,' and 'The evening promises romantic interest,' and 'A romantic mystery will soon add interest to your life.'
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