I had to do a double take when I pulled this box of club crackers from the cupboard last week.
The box clearly says "No Cholesterol Og Saturated Fat".
"Og"? That's the Norwegian word for "and". It should say "No Cholesterol AND Saturated Fat", not "OG Saturated fat". After a moment of weirdness, I realized it was indicating "zero grams", not a Norwegian conjunction.
Funny thing: we had the box on the table today and Peter was reading it and became confused. "Why does this say 'og' on the box?" he asked. Guess I'm not the only one with Norway on the brain!