Supermarket Bans ‘Curvy’ Croissants

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If you are a lover of croissants, you may find this news odd. A UK supermarket has decided to stop selling crescent shaped croissants.

Supermarket Tesco has announced that they will only be selling straight versions of the French pastries because customers ‘can only spread jam on straight ones.’

 

Customers have been poking fun at the decision and pointing out that croissant actually means ‘crescent’ in French – they want to make straight crescents!

Tesco hopes that straight shaped croissants will decrease accidents and sticky fingers when people try to spread butter or jam on the pastry.

Many people believe it is a tactic to cut costs and that Tesco are only making the croissants straight in order to fit more in the oven at one time.

 

 

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Cody
Cody
5 years ago

That is strange. Even though I don’t like croissants, I find this really shady.

Tessa123
5 years ago

that is just sad. if a croissant isn’t curvy then its not a croissant that is a stupid thing.

Jaime
Jaime
5 years ago

WHAT!?!?thats just silly

The Real Taylor Swift
The Real Taylor Swift
5 years ago

OMG! I LOVE CRISSONTS, at least they didn’t ban them in NZ(well in ONE supermarket.)

The Real Taylor Swift
The Real Taylor Swift
5 years ago

straight shaped croissants will decrease accidents and sticky fingers when people try to spread butter or jam on the pastry.

What a joke ;(

Angelo
Angelo
5 years ago

Thats is just silly
who would want to make a straight crescent

The real dantdm
The real dantdm
5 years ago

So silly

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