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Horse food found in Waitrose luxury muesli

well, the French eat it...Tests carried out by reading the label on a packet of Waitrose luxury muesli have revealed that it contains a large percentage of horse food. As a result, all supermarkets are removing muesli products from their shelves ‘as a precautionary measure’.

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Posted: Feb 13th, 2013
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Record winning bid on tomato at Waitrose

‘We are seeing considerable growth in the market at the moment’ said auctioneer Brendan Southgate, ‘This particular tomato has some bruising damage from the vine twig, but as many owners are ‘distressing’ their soft fruit for a vintage look, it only added to the saleabiltiy.’

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Posted: Nov 2nd, 2012
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Islington man discovers wine that ‘tastes like wine’

When Islington man Ferdinand Baxter visited his local Waitrose he didn’t expect to find the wine he’d been searching for for years.

‘I casually picked up this bottle of red and started to read the label expecting to find stuff about jammy flavours with a suggestion of apricot, bluebells, and a subtle hint of dandelion coffee. Instead it just read, ‘This wine tastes like wine’. I was flabbergasted and bought a case straightaway,’ he said.

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Posted: Mar 14th, 2012
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US announces staged withdrawal from ‘spillage in aisle 14’

still considering pre-emptive strike on LidlUS President Barack Obama has promised that all US troops will exit from Tesco Extra, Chingford by 2019 ‘at the very latest’. The staged withdrawal, is set to begin in earnest September 2013 – before the start of the unforgiving ‘English winter’ – with the removal of 12,000 troops from the Jams, Spreads, Preserves and Marmalades aisle.

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Posted: Nov 15th, 2011
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Waitrose withdraws ‘essential’ range after finding poor people in stores

UK supermarket chain Waitrose has withdrawn its popular ‘essential’ range after discovering that the cut-price products had led to a number of poor people shopping there.

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Posted: Oct 21st, 2011
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