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Yorkshire lobster exporter says Brexit costs have forced it to close

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    #11
    I'm still waiting for native british lobster to appear in the supermarket. All I ever see is frozen Canadian rubbish.

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      #12
      Originally posted by CheeseSlice View Post
      I'm still waiting for native british lobster to appear in the supermarket. All I ever see is frozen Canadian rubbish.
      He's probably not happy for it for right now.

      back on topic: you are probably not shopping in the right place. and supermarkerts dictate what you can put on the table and what not.

      you won't find quality food in mainstream supermarkets because the old boys club fears you will get used to it and ask for more of that. then they can't sell you junk for an hefty price. it's just how monopolies work.

      for people that are sceptical, just look what France, Norway, Sweden or at least a good part of EU have on their shelves. you'd see better quality products.

      please spare me the nonsense that people just are cheap and just want that. Someone is making the decisions for them. Always.
      Last edited by GigiBronz; 10 February 2021, 21:57.

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        #13
        Originally posted by PCTNN View Post
        According to the article, he voted to remain.
        Ah, ok, feel sorry for him then.

        I don't read the articles, I just comment on them
        I am what I drink, and I'm a bitter man

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          #14
          Originally posted by CheeseSlice View Post
          I'm still waiting for native british lobster to appear in the supermarket. All I ever see is frozen Canadian rubbish.

          Well you can luckily buy Cornish blue at "cost price" of £16 a kilo down from £24 retail. Oddly Tesco are selling on their website in 100g quantities :- Shropshire Blue at £12.30 a kilo, Blacksticks Blue at £13.34, Barnstone blue at £13/K, Stilton £11.63.

          Or maybe people are taking advantage of the situation and charging top dollar?
          "If you didn't do anything that wasn't good for you it would be a very dull life. What are you gonna do? Everything that is pleasant in life is dangerous."

          I want to see the hand of history on his collar.

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