Barilla president apologizes for anti-gay remarks

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Tuesday, October 01, 2013

CNN: The head of Barilla pasta issued a new apology and said he will meet with gay groups.

Guido Barilla, president of Barilla, said on an Italian radio program last week that he wouldn't feature same-sex couples in his company's commercials because he prefers the "traditional" family. The company quickly issued a statement apologizing for the comment.

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