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McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review
Nicey replies: Actually we worked out that they meant 65 million packs a year not 65 million a day based on their 52 biscuits a second figure, we told them and they changed their site. They then revised the figure up a few million to 71.

I posted Gurbinder's message because it made me laugh.

Gurbinder Samra

McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review
Nicey replies: Good for you, and your accounting for the missing 23,660 million packets of chocolate digestives McVites should really be selling a year.

Mark Bevan
Jaffa cakes
Nicey replies: Actually this was one of the arguments used on behalf of McVities in the court hearing, that and the fact that it is in fact a small cake. To be honest the VAT man was more keen to get a ruling that was more along the lines of 'small things that are about the size and shape of biscuits and sold with biscuits should get VAT applied to them', as they knew that the Jaffa Cake was indeed a cake.

David Bourgoin

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Andrew McMurtrie
Nicey replies: I did once get a mail from a couple who started their relationship over a packet Chocolate Hobnobs.