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  • Tea & Biscuits
  • wool
    Full Member

    Randomly picked up on this on the  BBC News website

    <span style=”font-size: 0.8rem;”>”We’ve splashed out an additional £24m on tea and coffee and an extra £19m on biscuits in the past three months, says market research firm Kantar.”</span>

    My waist line anecdotaly agrees…

    big_scot_nanny
    Full Member

    I thought you meant these fellas: https://misspentsummers.com/teaandbiscuits/

    nice t-shirts

    I agree on the increased purchase of biscuits. not just me and the missus at home, but with three kids (8, 12, 15) also in the house for months – they can hear a packet open from 4 rooms away and they are devoured in a flash!

    binners
    Full Member

    Buttery Biscuit Base fan Greg Wallace did his factory documentary thing on the massive teabag factory and their huge increase in production during lockdown (IIRC it was up 70%).

    I hate both tea and biscuits, but can testify that the Tassimo coffee machine hasn’t half been getting some hammer, the bar has often been opening mid-afternoon For G&T’s (I wonder if gin sales are also up 70%?) and with me and two teenagers around I now buy our crisps in boxes

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