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Marie Review
Nicey replies: Noswaith dda Sue,

If your looking to blame somebody then try the Dutch I think they make most of the Marie biscuits we eat.

Nicky Bramley
Nicey replies: Oh yes we have all done that I think at some time or another, but the younger members of staff haven't been exposed to it as yet. Maybe I'll conduct some field trials on them at the weekend.. meaning I'll find a field for us to try it in.

We often pass by the Weetabix factory close to Kettering, which is tremendously exciting given the number of lorries there that look like giant packs of Weetabix.

Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Our fridge came with one as one of its accessories, it rules. That's some ASDA Smartprice butter in there by the way. Go on go treat yourself and buy some and just have it on some crumpets or toast, or maybe even toasted hot cross buns. You'll be alright.

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