Woolies counters new allegations

Having apparently survived the ridiculous Justin Harrison’s ridiculous calls for a boycott against it, Woolworths in South Africa now finds itself having to counter allegations regarding the contents of its pre-prepared fruit salads.

Some unnamed individuals have suggested that the list of ingredients as “fruit” is vague and requires clarification. Perhaps mindful of their tardy addressing of the previous issues, Woolies has this time been quick to respond:

Yes, in a fruit salad related revelation probably only equal to that of their previous fruit salad revelation, it seems that Woolworths’ Seasonal Berry Mix includes Berries. (Probably seasonal ones.)

Who knew?

2 thoughts on “Woolies counters new allegations

  1. I see melon, mango, pineapple and strawberries. How about just calling it a fruit salad, including one type of berry! That really is a bit mad!

  2. Ronnie > Of course, technically, melon, mango and pineapple are berries. And strawberries aren’t berries.
    It also contains papaya (berry), kiwi (berry) and grapes (also a berry).
    So I think we need to review your comment and call it a berry salad with one other type of fruit.

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