Despite all the faux outrage about this type of thing eg the curved bannanas banned etc theres a logical reason to it.
standards of things like carrots mean that you have a fixed basis onto which you can design industrial machinery for the food industry and purchase raw materials - and automate the process
I've just read on the BBC News App that Barnier has caved on the threat to blockade GB/NI. Weirdly it has now vanished off the BBC site. Has cooking in aluminium saucepans finally caught up with me? Is there a claim against the MOD for using the mess tins I used to keep my green towel in?
Excellent point! Time to speak to the lawyers...
...or even better, have our partners speak to the lawyers while telling them that one of the few things we mention about our service was how strange the 'all-in stew' tasted when cooked in aluminium mess tins over hexamine.