As a consumer who buys your products and seeing how you are taking the image of the syrup lady. Caving to a few trouble makers and them trying to erase history to suit them. I guess the people who actually buy your products are no bodies. Just saying someone's great grandmother is wrong on your package. If she disappears from the label I will never buy any product that you have. As well as letting others know we aren't needed. I just would like to see a company stand up to the trouble makers and say sorry you feel that way. Sorry to loose your business. Even if they never have bought your products.
So if you take away her picture you just said all the hard work that she did was for nothing. That she was a nobody. She was a proud woman.,a great cook with what sounds like a great personality. Take it away from her all that she accomplished just to shrink from bullies who are against everything. They didn't know what she did and worked for. That is what you will do if you take away her image from the pancake mix. That makes the Quacker Oats the company that said "since you were a slave, and free you are a nothing and your hard work should not count for anything." You are spitting on her and her family. That makes you a bigger racist than the ones shouting racist.