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Canada Bans Mr Badger’s Penguins: Let’s Club Them To Death

by | 24th, January 2014

brit foods canada Canada Bans Mr Badgers Penguins: Lets Club Them To Death

 

CANADA has closed it borders to Marmite, Irn Bru, Bovril and Penguin bars.

A Mr – get this – Tony Badger,  owner of a British foods shop in Saskatoon, central Canada, says his goods have been impounded. He told CKOM news: ““My understanding was we were importing legally. We’ve been declaring it through a customs broker and we’ve never had an issue until now.”

Here’s a look around the shop, with authentic 1950s intermission music in keeping with the general theme of Canada being 60 years behind the UK:

 

Mr Badger says letter states his goods contained illegal substance:s  Irn Bru contains Ponceau 4R food colouring; and Marmite, Lucozade, Penguin Bars and Bovril are “enriched with vitamins and minerals” banned by Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

However, a quick look reveals that Canadians looking for their fix can buy Marmite at other local stores.

 

penguin canada Canada Bans Mr Badgers Penguins: Lets Club Them To Death

AND THAT’S AN ORDER

 

But if Mr Badger’s Penguins have been banned can they be unbanned? Can we show those health-conscious Canadians that these tea-time treats can be made by clubbing penguins to death on the ice and then covering them in chocolate?

Yummy!



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