C'tee reverses decision to use Bamba baby as Olympic mascot

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March 13, 2012 19:50

 
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The Israel Olympic Committee on Tuesday decided to reverse its decision to use the baby character used to advertise Osem's peanut snack Bamba as the mascot for the Israeli Olympic team at the London 2012 games.

The move came following harsh public criticism against the use of a commercial symbol to represent the national team.

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