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Eldorado

A 'great tomato sauce scandal' erupts in UK

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Eldorado

"Some Wetherspoons pubs have run out of ketchup, leaving customers with nothing red to dip chips in.

"The pub chain said “high demand” thanks to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme combined with problems with supply after storms flooded a Heinz factory to create the condiment crisis.

"One member of staff told The Sun there had been no ketchup for "weeks", adding: “It’s the great tomato sauce scandal.”

"It's also led to a run on sachets of brown sauce and mustard as customers looks for alternative dipping options."

Full report at the UK Mirror: Link

Daily Mail: Link

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acute

Tim Martin is too tight to let the staff go out and actually buy some ketchup.

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seanjo
10 minutes ago, acute said:

Tim Martin is too tight to let the staff go out and actually buy some ketchup.

You mean he's a business man...

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acute
1 minute ago, seanjo said:

You mean he's a business man...

allegedly, yes.

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jethrofloyd

For a moment I thought the title of the thread is:A ''great tomato flying saucer scandal' erupts in UK''.:D

 

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Still Waters

Heinz ketchup is the best.

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