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Keith O'Kane

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Nicey replies: Well I've not seen any other sort apart from Jacobs, so its fairly unlikely. Still pickout the mallow and make them eat the rest, they shouldn't escape so easily.

Antony Topping
Nicey replies: Presumably most food that we buy is 'new', as opposed to 'refurbished'. Perhaps if they invented a machine that took the packets of old recalled biscuits and put them in smart new ones they could be sold as 'recently renovated and refurbished'. I think I would like that.

As for 'improved' this implies that they are in some respect better than those that went before, which I would assume means that a panel of taste testers preferred the new ones to the old ones. Of course the precise make-up and background of the panel should be taken into account: 'Improved according to a group of 100 people aged between 18 and 65, 70% of which were unfamiliar with the brand. And these aren't the people that they ask in Family Fortunes' might be too long as a strap line.

Ben Mills
Nicey replies: I think you've made an excellent point.

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Becky Taggart
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Nicey replies: Publish them in either Nature, The Lancet or Scientific American. It might be a good plan to record the temperature of the tea vs time to breakage.