Pest-infested factory is another blow in Britain's biscuit crisis
March 31, 2016 - Uncategorized
LONDON — The UK — currently in the throes of a biscuit crisis — has just received another devastating blow: the discovery of “pest activity” in a biscuit factory in Teesside.
OK, we might be overreacting somewhat, but we Brits take our biscuits very seriously. So seriously, in fact, that airplane loads of emergency biscuits were recently flown in to bolster the biscuit shortage currently blighting the nation.
The pest activity at Baketime’s factory has prompted a total recall of all its product, which includes cheese thins, shortbread, chip cookies and fudge brownies. Baketime’s products are sold in Aldi and in small convenience shops in the UK. Read more…