The Great Bread Bin Heist

The Great Bread Bin Heist

Foschini Group offers crumbs instead of fair slice in compensation for infringement of design they deny copying.

A South African retailer who denied stealing a bread bin design from a Cape Town manufacturer went on to offer them cash “to avoid litigation”.

Despite The Foschini Group’s best efforts to convince the design studio from whom they copied the idea, Pedersen+Lennard, that it wasn’t done on purpose, the design house doesn’t believe them.

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