A wealthy, 89-year-old artificial sweetener magnate who made Sweet’N Low a household name has committed suicide by jumping from his Park Avenue apartment building, law enforcement sources told The Post.
Donald Tober, CEO and co-owner of the New York-based 1,400-employee Sugar Foods, leapt to his death just after 5 a.m. Friday, and was found in the courtyard of the luxury Upper East Side building between 65th and 66th streets, the sources said.
He was struggling with Parkinson’s disease, the sources said.
At the helm of Sugar Foods, Tober turned the company’s flagship product, Sweet’N Low, and its ubiquitous little pink packets, into a mainstay on kitchen counters and restaurant tables across the country, along with Sugar in the Raw and N’Joy nondairy creamer.
“Basically, we’re concerned with everything that surrounds the coffee cup,” Tober told Restaurant News in 1995. “We’re tightly focused.”
Hopefully, this is the beginning of a series of high profile suicides by Jews who did things like market poisonous chemicals to people as food.
Probably, however, it isn’t.
Honestly, this guy probably didn’t even kill himself. He probably just tripped, and his family knew they would get more sympathy if they said he jumped.
Sweet’N Low was banned in a bunch of countries, because it caused cancer and brain damage, just like any “calorie free” sweetener. But it wasn’t banned in America, because America is the single most corrupt country on earth.
Watch for Jews to be out there saying “buy Sweet’N Low and consume it in order to honor the memory of this helpful dead Jew.”