Above: a cinnamon-vanilla sandworm loaf and a xenomorph pretzel egg.
Gourmet bread that Coles claimed was “baked today, sold today” was actually made in Ireland, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has alleged in the Federal Court. Some of the items were frozen, reheated and then sold as “freshly baked in-store”, “baked today, sold today”, or were from “Coles Bakery”, the ACCC alleged.
The bakery products were either made in Ireland or had been initially baked in different locations in Australia, court documents showed.
The ACCC claims Coles’ advertising and logos contained “false, misleading and deceptive” claims about their bakery products, which could result in fines of up to $1.1 million per offence under Australian Consumer Law.
Any bread puns in the oven?
Lines close at 12.15pm.
Thanks Darren Conlon
Yesterday’s footage, today.
Johnston Mooney & O’Brien’s nostalgiac odyssey.
Cynically deisgned to evokNOMNOMNOM
PS Who is that singing? Anyone?
It’s a metaphor.
The dog is the European Union. The baguette is the Greek bailout. No wait. The baguette is the household charge. The kennel is the taxpayer. No wait…
From Breaded Cats, wherein cats are adorned with bread.
The clearly unhinged proprietor sez:
Cat Breading How To:
1) Take a piece of bread
2) Cut a hole approximately 1 inch larger than your cat’s head. This trips some people up. Remember: the bread has to fit around not just the cat’s head, but it’s ears, too.
3) Gently place the bread around your cat’s head.