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Free large jar of Marmite with Daily Mail at Iceland £0.65

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Free large jar of Marmite with Daily Mail at Iceland. Take voucher to Iceland on friday only for 500g jar of marmite (worth £4.50) Most of the Icelands are out of stock - if you really want thi… Read More
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Free large jar of Marmite with Daily Mail at Iceland.

Take voucher to Iceland on friday only for 500g jar of marmite (worth £4.50)

Most of the Icelands are out of stock - if you really want this, I'd strongly advise to check the stocks, and if they have it, reserve it first before buying the paper.. But you need to be pretty desperate to do all this for saving £4!!

I'll get my coat..
- firstofficer
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The indignity of having to buy the Daily Mail to get this offer is just too much for me. You can have some heat though.
44 Likes
https://s11.postimg.org/ic470w8mr/matt.jpg
36 Likes
Wouldn't have thought Mail readers would like anything that was dark brown tbh.
34 Likes
Did you know that the word "marmite" comes from the Old French for "hypocrite"?

Perfect for a Daily Mail offer...
18 Likes
Daily Mail. Marmite. Daily Mail. Marmite. These are the thoughts that will keep me awake all night oO

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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CuraOt7WcAIe9-q.jpg


http://oi67.tinypic.com/vwx4kg.jpg


Edited By: Chanchi32 on Oct 13, 2016 23:17: image
18 Likes #2
Daily Mail. Marmite. Daily Mail. Marmite. These are the thoughts that will keep me awake all night oO
34 Likes #3
Did you know that the word "marmite" comes from the Old French for "hypocrite"?

Perfect for a Daily Mail offer...
44 Likes #4
https://s11.postimg.org/ic470w8mr/matt.jpg
4 Likes #5
Marmite ryhmes with a load of sh... .

Edited By: morrig on Oct 13, 2016 23:10
79 Likes #6
The indignity of having to buy the Daily Mail to get this offer is just too much for me. You can have some heat though.
7 Likes #7
daffers
https://s11.postimg.org/ic470w8mr/matt.jpg

As if the Mail wasn't bad enough, you have to bring a Telegraph cartoon to the table...
2 Likes #8
How is it free if it costs 65p?
6 Likes #9
Good deal and heat added for those that benefit.

On the flip side I'm still miffed with Unilever even though Tesco have kissed and made up.

Greedy corporates get my goat :(
11 Likes #10
pennyfarthing88
Good deal and heat added for those that benefit.

On the flip side I'm still miffed with Unilever even though Tesco have kissed and made up.

Greedy corporates get my goat :(


But on the other hand aren't Tesco guilty of dictating prices to their suppliers? Milk anyone?
6 Likes #11
youngrobbo
The indignity of having to buy the Daily Mail to get this offer is just too much for me. You can have some heat though.
Boring.
5 Likes #12
pennyfarthing88
Good deal and heat added for those that benefit.
On the flip side I'm still miffed with Unilever even though Tesco have kissed and made up.
Greedy corporates get my goat :(
I'm also miffed at greedy Tesco holding their suppliers to ransom, just like they do our farmers.
1 Like #13
Hot deal, Daily Mail, so Marmite, all in one sentence, "Daily Mail + Marmite", double trouble/goodness, split down the middle, just like Brexit, hate it or love it.
.
But it is wind up (photoshop).
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Funny eating of Marmite https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFpjLn3rIBM



Edited By: splender on Oct 13, 2016 23:45: added text
#14
Like the Mail, like Marmite, perfect deal for me 8)
4 Likes #15
youngrobbo
The indignity of having to buy the Daily Mail to get this offer is just too much for me. You can have some heat though.


Don't need to buy it. if you want Marmite just dip your spoon into any passing dogs exhaust pipe.
#16
Mmmmmm... Yeasty goodness...
#17
I don't like the Mail but this deal is brilliant opportunism.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #18
Chanchi32
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CuraOt7WcAIe9-q.jpghttp://oi67.tinypic.com/vwx4kg.jpg

Our Doris ain't a big fan of Iceland, do you know if Tesco accept the voucher?
8 Likes #19
Don't think its the corporates being greedy though it maybe a minimal factor. The pound has completely tanked since Brexit vote. Buying almost anything will incur a greater cost to somebody as the pound has less value outside the UK- if not the customer, then the suppier/manufacturer. Fuel cost to transport goods (Made in the UK or outside) and raw goods if buying outside the UK costs will be higher as the pound is valued less. Maintaing the low prices we've been used to when the pound was where is was simply wont be sustainable. It's maths. Its ecomomics.
1 Like #20
whiteston
pennyfarthing88
Good deal and heat added for those that benefit.

On the flip side I'm still miffed with Unilever even though Tesco have kissed and made up.

Greedy corporates get my goat :(


But on the other hand aren't Tesco guilty of dictating prices to their suppliers? Milk anyone?


I think you maybe missing the point - Unilever sell in every supermarket the world over but want to increase prices in the U.K only?! This on the strength of import taxes and the sterling vs the dollar - on the back of Brexit.

The same products are mostly manufactured right here in Britain' so explain the increase?

I realise local farmers suffer wanting to make money from supermarkets such as Tesco and alike but you can't compare Unilever who make their products for peanuts with your farmers who unfortunately face competing from others Asda' Sainsbury's but more importantly Aldi & Lidl etc
1 Like #21
This is cashback for brexit prices will rise after Christmas so don't spend it all.

Thanks from Murdoch.

Edited By: Reigan on Oct 14, 2016 02:00: spelling
4 Likes #22
jusrsaying
Don't think its the corporates being greedy though it maybe a minimal factor. The pound has completely tanked since Brexit vote. Buying almost anything will incur a greater cost to somebody as the pound has less value outside the UK- if not the customer, then the suppier/manufacturer. Fuel cost to transport goods (Made in the UK or outside) and raw goods if buying outside the UK costs will be higher as the pound is valued less. Maintaing the low prices we've been used to when the pound was where is was simply wont be sustainable. It's maths. Its ecomomics.


Could be wrong, but I think they scrape Marmite for free out from the bottom of the Bass brewery in Burton on Trent. It's just a by product. In my humble opinion, the Unilever price rises are opportunistic and not a consequence of Brexit.
#23
A wind up.
#24
Hell Unilever only deals in Euros. so it just brings it inline with rest of Europe doesn't matter where its made its all Euros. could be good as makes the UK a cheaper place to manufacture as doupt the workforce will get a 10 present pay rise.

PS look out for colman 150g jars of mint and apple very soon
8 Likes #25
I, for one, am very pleased with Marmite-gate. It has opened my eyes today unto how incredibly ignorant some people are when it comes to commerce, international trade, and capitalism. Little Englanders truly are of little knowledge and understanding.
1 Like #26
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
3 Likes #27
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.

Unilever don't export much Marmite.
#28
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.

Unilever don't export much Marmite.


Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
#29
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...

No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
#30
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...

No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"


Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk

The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.
5 Likes #31
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk
The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.

But if the costs of production of Marmite in the UK have risen 10% why should they be expected to not make their customers pay 10% more? They have a legal responsibility to their shareholders to maximise their profitability.
3 Likes #32
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk
The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.
But if the costs of production of Marmite in the UK have risen 10% why should they be expected to not make their customers pay 10% more? They have a legal responsibility to their shareholders to maximise their profitability.
But has the cost of Marmite - made in Britain, sold in Britain - really risen or is Unilever just being opportunistic and, in so doing, demonstrate how consumers would suffer under TTIP?
#33
qbs
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk
The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.
But if the costs of production of Marmite in the UK have risen 10% why should they be expected to not make their customers pay 10% more? They have a legal responsibility to their shareholders to maximise their profitability.
But has the cost of Marmite - made in Britain, sold in Britain - really risen or is Unilever just being opportunistic and, in so doing, demonstrate how consumers would suffer under TTIP?

The jars are purchased in US Dollars.
3 Likes #34
qbs
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk
The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.
But if the costs of production of Marmite in the UK have risen 10% why should they be expected to not make their customers pay 10% more? They have a legal responsibility to their shareholders to maximise their profitability.
But has the cost of Marmite - made in Britain, sold in Britain - really risen or is Unilever just being opportunistic and, in so doing, demonstrate how consumers would suffer under TTIP?

Costs of manufacturing and distribution in the UK have risen recently, in case you haven't noticed. The slump in the value of Sterling means that fuel, machinery, glass, plastic, cardboard packaging etc, etc, all imported, have risen by about 20% in price. These costs either have to be absorbed by manufacturers or passed on to consumers.
2 Likes #35
VDisillusioned
qbs
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk
The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.
But if the costs of production of Marmite in the UK have risen 10% why should they be expected to not make their customers pay 10% more? They have a legal responsibility to their shareholders to maximise their profitability.
But has the cost of Marmite - made in Britain, sold in Britain - really risen or is Unilever just being opportunistic and, in so doing, demonstrate how consumers would suffer under TTIP?
Costs of manufacturing and distribution in the UK have risen recently, in case you haven't noticed. The slump in the value of Sterling means that fuel, machinery, glass, plastic, cardboard packaging etc, etc, all imported, have risen by about 20% in price. These costs either have to be absorbed by manufacturers or passed on to consumers.
"all imported"??????????????????????????????????????? You sound like a spokesman for Unilever.
5 Likes #36
qbs
VDisillusioned
qbs
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk
The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.
But if the costs of production of Marmite in the UK have risen 10% why should they be expected to not make their customers pay 10% more? They have a legal responsibility to their shareholders to maximise their profitability.
But has the cost of Marmite - made in Britain, sold in Britain - really risen or is Unilever just being opportunistic and, in so doing, demonstrate how consumers would suffer under TTIP?
Costs of manufacturing and distribution in the UK have risen recently, in case you haven't noticed. The slump in the value of Sterling means that fuel, machinery, glass, plastic, cardboard packaging etc, etc, all imported, have risen by about 20% in price. These costs either have to be absorbed by manufacturers or passed on to consumers.
"all imported"??????????????????????????????????????? You sound like a spokesman for Unilever.

Oh, so where does the oil, machinery, glass, plastic and cardboard packaging, used in the UK come from? Eaton? Ipswich? Peckham? Inner Manchester? Shrewsbury? Melton Mobray? Pickhill Thirsk?

Actually, I can't be bothered any more, You are a Little Englander and I claim my five pounds.
#37
VDisillusioned
qbs
VDisillusioned
qbs
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk
The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.
But if the costs of production of Marmite in the UK have risen 10% why should they be expected to not make their customers pay 10% more? They have a legal responsibility to their shareholders to maximise their profitability.
But has the cost of Marmite - made in Britain, sold in Britain - really risen or is Unilever just being opportunistic and, in so doing, demonstrate how consumers would suffer under TTIP?
Costs of manufacturing and distribution in the UK have risen recently, in case you haven't noticed. The slump in the value of Sterling means that fuel, machinery, glass, plastic, cardboard packaging etc, etc, all imported, have risen by about 20% in price. These costs either have to be absorbed by manufacturers or passed on to consumers.
"all imported"??????????????????????????????????????? You sound like a spokesman for Unilever.
Oh, so where does the oil, machinery, glass, plastic and cardboard packaging, used in the UK come from? Eaton? Ipswich? Peckham? Inner Manchester? Shrewsbury? Melton Mobray? Pickhill Thirsk?
Actually, I can't be bothered any more, You are a Little Englander and I claim my five pounds.
So you're saying EVERYTHING involved in the manufacture, packaging, distribution of Marmite is imported? Not everything's made in China from recycled rubbish from the uk.

Your claim for £5 is rejected. Not only am I not a little englander, I'm relieved to say I'm not even english.
2 Likes #38
qbs
VDisillusioned
qbs
VDisillusioned
qbs
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
VDisillusioned
boostii
Yeah but can't you supercilious boffins explain how Unilever is listed on the FTSE and declare profits in GBP. But since a lot of sales are in €'s and $'s they just got a big bunch of extra profits for free from the exchange rate fluctuations. Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed.
Unilever don't export much Marmite.
Ben and Jerry's etc etc...
No you definitely said " Sticking 10% on Marmite definitely still looks like pure greed"
Unilever have hundreds of brands sold all around the world but with profits declared in GPB. It is an undisputable fact that their profits will be much bigger for the same level of sales for most of these. These brands have annual sales of one billion euros or more:
Axe / Lynx
Blue Band
Dermalogica
Dove
Flora / Becel
Heartbrand
Hellmann's and Best Foods
Knorr
Lipton
Lux
Magnum
Omo
Rexona / Sure / Degree / Shield
Surf
Sunsilk
The little bit of Marmite they sell is a drop in the ocean to them, but they are still trying to charge us more for it, unjustifiably so when the exchange rate gives them a massive pay day. I presume you work for them or are some sort of anti Marmite pro multinational food conglomerate troll.
But if the costs of production of Marmite in the UK have risen 10% why should they be expected to not make their customers pay 10% more? They have a legal responsibility to their shareholders to maximise their profitability.
But has the cost of Marmite - made in Britain, sold in Britain - really risen or is Unilever just being opportunistic and, in so doing, demonstrate how consumers would suffer under TTIP?
Costs of manufacturing and distribution in the UK have risen recently, in case you haven't noticed. The slump in the value of Sterling means that fuel, machinery, glass, plastic, cardboard packaging etc, etc, all imported, have risen by about 20% in price. These costs either have to be absorbed by manufacturers or passed on to consumers.
"all imported"??????????????????????????????????????? You sound like a spokesman for Unilever.
Oh, so where does the oil, machinery, glass, plastic and cardboard packaging, used in the UK come from? Eaton? Ipswich? Peckham? Inner Manchester? Shrewsbury? Melton Mobray? Pickhill Thirsk?
Actually, I can't be bothered any more, You are a Little Englander and I claim my five pounds.
So you're saying EVERYTHING involved in the manufacture, packaging, distribution of Marmite is imported? Not everything's made in China from recycled rubbish from the uk.
Your claim for £5 is rejected. Not only am I not a little englander, I'm relieved to say I'm not even english.

Er yes you are a Little Englander

and I want my five pounds



Edited By: VDisillusioned on Oct 14, 2016 02:37
7 Likes #39
Who cares about Unilever, Tesco and Brexit, it's a free jar of Marmite posted on HUKD...this isn't Daily Politics!!!
36 Likes #40
Wouldn't have thought Mail readers would like anything that was dark brown tbh.

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