No you're not alone with that ....., I think the same when it catches my eyeI read the title of this thread and keep reading the name as 'bacon' not 'Tacon'. Am I alone in this or it is early onset Alzheimer's brought on by overconsuming pork products?
Im up for the job of Farm assurance/Rt checks in Barbados.....tescos and their supplier are at fault.....not RT on this occasion .....of course their reaction will be proportionate to their 'spine'
RT has to offer membership to beyond these shores......if they meet the standards they're entitled to use the logo but not with the union jack bit
As above. The EU state which adds last provenance, can label the product.Like most things EU, the labeling laws have a hole you can march coach and horses through. The ' Place of Provenance ' conveniently allows for food to change nationality if it's from "the country where the product last underwent substantial, economically justified processing. " However, the law on labeling is supposed to protect the buyers from being misled, so the " Country of Origin " should be clear to the buyer, which is usually somewhere in small print to tick the box.
The whole thing is a sham and con, has been for years.