Quote of the day

'The quiche market declined by 2.7% in value terms, in part influenced by a cool summer' - Irish convenience foods group Greencore gets points for originality, after it came up with an exciting new euphemism for 'no-one's spending any money' in its annual report. We're used to the weather as an excuse - but a dampened quiche market is a new one.

by Emma Haslett
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
- Source: Evening Standard

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