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Old 09-03-2012, 02:57 PM   #6
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So they'll increase protein prices but allow shops to sell products laden with sugar for mere pennies? They'll also allow shops to sell awful processed 'food' for dirt cheap. In every store I visit in the UK (and Ireland and when I was in the States), there was an incredible amount of junk food available on the cheap.

I also notice huge bottles of cider and other booze available for dirt cheap. Presumably they'll raise prices on these as well?

No? So protein is the enemy then.
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