Blagger’s Blog: Magic trees and Subway’s shelf-life
“Trees don’t just suddenly appear from nowhere.”
O2 customer Ken Ferguson responding to the mobile carrier’s claims that tree branches in Fife, Scotland, are blocking the network’s signal. He has a fair point really.
Virgin Atlantic is ditching its iconic pin-ups from cockpit exteriors in favour of new pro-diversity characters. Which we think is a very positive step.
— nicko (@vicenvironment) August 30, 2019
Considering the company slogan is ‘Eat Fresh’ we’re not sure where Subway is coming from with new instructions sent to franchisees in Australia. Extending the shelf-life of bread and toppings by up to six months is unlikely to bring in many new customers, or maybe we’re just old stick-in-the-muds.
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