Тишинуша Гамимеря (spamsink) wrote in linguaphiles,
Тишинуша Гамимеря

Hebrew markings on airplane food?

During an Air France flight from Moscow to Paris, I've been served a ham and cheese sandwich with the label under the cut. It looked like Hebrew טחר to me then, and I was expecting a translation meaning "non-kosher" or something to that effect, but Google translate does not confirm my hypothesis. What does it mean?

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