Tiger Brands gets sticky over logo

Tiger Brands gets sticky over logo

There’s a carpenter on the loose in Cape Town who is blatantly passing himself off as a tin of jam. Sometimes he even simulates a tin of pasta. Hell, this guy’s so brazen he’s even been known to misrepresent himself as  a bottle of ketchup.

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Submitted by : Erik Mac Kenzie of Fish Hoek on 2012-04-26 13:00:34
But there are also 36 tomatoes, so less than a spoonful per tomato! How bad can it be?
Submitted by : Donn Edwards of ALDARA PARK on 2012-04-03 16:22:31
Readers might be interested in this little nugget of information: there is 150g (30 teaspoons) of sugar in a bottle of All Gold Tomato Sauce. No wonder Tiger Brands is so jumpy about their reputation if they make such dubious products.

Mike Rule might want to pick a different logo simply to protect his reputation from such unhealthy products. Or perhaps the lawyers are so sticky because of all that sugar!?


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