Help! I'm nearly out of Marmite!
Not a problem for most out of the UK, who may not have noticed that the multinational Unilever - arch Remainers - have used the fall in the pound to increase their product prices by 10% across the boar, regardless of where they are made or where the ingredients have come from.
An easy accounting exercise maybe, but they've bitten off more than they can chew by including that national favourite - hardly anyone else eats it - MARMITE. Which is made exclusively in England from British ingredients and so unaffected by the value of the pound. Supermarket chain Tesco have refused to pay this across-the-board increase and Unilever have stopped deliveries of their entire range in retaliation. Marmite is rapidly vanishing from the shelves - and I need a new jar. Other supermarkets still sell it, but can I suffer to pay the extra 10%, or even give any money at all the the multinational thieves, I ask myself?
I've tried Meridian yeast extract, but it's not a patch of Marmite. Has anyone any experience of Vegemite, which I trust is still a sound Commonwealth product?
Anyway, it's to get out of the grips of globalist fiends like Unilever that I voted for Brexit, so I hope their profits take a massive pounding in reponse to their thievery.
PS: To make matters worse, Unilever only took over Marmite in 2000: nothing is sacred now.
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