NZ lamb

sean m

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Northants
Lidl today,produced in uk according to label with NZ lamb,bl**dy Dunbia
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JD-Kid

Member
even as a kiwi thats bull5hit if they are selling it mislabeled if the British shoppers want to support. there local farmer then it should be clear for them to know what they are buying ..
been a harder year here. slow growth so will be a long drawn out. season in alot of areas
 

Jerry

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Devon
The Union Jack conveniently features on the NZ flag too

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Ok, I half expected that reply.

yep NZ has a the Union Jack integral to their flag.....and I’m grateful for that.

But look at the label again. But of blue and couple stars one side they prob mean nothing to the average consumer.

Yet on the left a very clear representation of the Union Jack that is recognisable to 95% of the population making them think it’s UK lamb.

Most buyers arnt going to look close enough to see it’s NZ lamb, they see a hint of Union Jack and think all good.....if they think at all about food origin.
 
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