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Sad life of a Polish migrant in UK. Ch. 3 - Food

Seanus 15 | 19,706  
11 Oct 2009 /  #91
Great post by Hal, full of useful info :)

I don't like the moaning about national food options in the UK. The UK is pretty developed when it comes to international products so if the local offerings aren't for choice then they always have things like salads, potatoes and soups to keep them happy.
Wroclaw Boy  
11 Oct 2009 /  #92
get downstairs from where I am sitting now and buy a carton of milk - it might be good because it's a cold day

Is it a Polish ran establishment?

Whilst im at it product lebelling. Ive bought the same product (Nan Active baby formula) but in different sizes the formula has different mixing levels on the packaging and this is for babies. What the FOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOK??
Unfortunately,mostly, it happens in Tesco...nomen omen an english company.It is sad that the same company has diffrent standards for diffrent countries-very english.

Its in the Polish language and packaged in Poland me old mate. Tescos is one of the best things to happen to Poland you hypocrtical shite.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
11 Oct 2009 /  #93
I remember seeing a book about Tesco a couple of years back. I was in Glasgow Queen Street station and it jumped out at me. It was a harsh indictment against Tesco but that's a British matter. I think the Poles can be happy with what they have in Tesco, they don't need to see the internal politics of the firm, just enjoy their products.

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