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The world's largest fortune-cookie manufacturer has cut out the romance, removing loving messages after complaints from parents.
Mr. Zeng said that if he gets more than two or three complaints about a fortune, he'll screen it out, The Post reports.
"We want to put messages inside our cookies that don't upset a single person. We don't want customers to have negative feelings," he added