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I was just having a sniff around the local Sainsburys website (forgot the closing times) and I ended up randomly clicking on the "product notices".

I had no idea how common it is for "small bits of glass" to drop into beer / beverages / bread... :blink:

I'm sure it's not just Sainsburys.

Take a look at this LINKY

Did everyone think it was this common.. or was I just being naive? :unsure:

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I was just having a sniff around the local Sainsburys website (forgot the closing times) and I ended up randomly clicking on the "product notices".

I had no idea how common it is for "small bits of glass" to drop into beer / beverages / bread... :blink:

I'm sure it's not just Sainsburys.

Take a look at this LINKY

Did everyone think it was this common.. or was I just being naive? :unsure:

Happens all the time I'm afraid....

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Happens all the time I'm afraid....

I guess they have a problem with the crown corker chipping the bottle tops.. not sure how they end up baking metal pieces into bread.

I once got an earwig in my Dairy Milk. I thought that was bad enough..!

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I guess they have a problem with the crown corker chipping the bottle tops.. not sure how they end up baking metal pieces into bread.

I once got an earwig in my Dairy Milk. I thought that was bad enough..!

Not as bad as half an earwig when you are on the last square...

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I guess they have a problem with the crown corker chipping the bottle tops.. not sure how they end up baking metal pieces into bread.

I once got an earwig in my Dairy Milk. I thought that was bad enough..!

Wasn't there a problem with bits of scourer in hamburgers a few years back? Seemed to be a phase where we got several over a few months. Don't buy burgers now though...

Sis once got a moth cocoon on the underside of a choccy ...

(edit once is enough, twice is too many onces in one sentence)

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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