Customer Lee Williscroft-Ferris tweeted a picture of the packing and wrote directly to the supermarket: “Tell me @Morrisons that this is not real. Your response will dictate whether or not I ever shop at your stores again.”
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So why was the British flag included on the packaging? Stone says this is because the supermarket wanted to “make a virtue of the chicken being local” and therefore added the country of origin on the label.
But this also meant that they had to stipulate where the salt and pepper came from – and because they’re from different countries, “non-EU” is the “standard way to describe it,” Stone said.
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