“Error” as in “bald faced cynical lie designed to screw over the buying public”:
They’re not alone in this; all of the supermarkets try and con you into believing that their cheap, crap produce actually — and almost miraculously — comes from happy animals, left to run free, gambolling in meadows in the sunny uplands, eating acorns & clover and bugs and worms, whilst grubbing in the deep dark earth outside their straw strewn warm huts and really, really, truly, pinky-promise honest, not, in anyway, shape or form actually originating from horrendous factory complex giant mega-farms where antibiotics are scattered around like Smarties, animals live short brutish lives and the farmers are paid pennies for product that costs them pounds, so they’re forced to cut corners under the cosh from the rapacious demands of the supermarkets who need more & more money for their hedge-fund backers.
But you, dear reader, you’re not fooled are you? I hope not. I’ve been ranting about this for long enough along with lots of other good people with far higher a public profile than I, who are also fighting this good fight.
Here’s another example of their mendacious advertising. Please, if you still do this, stop, stop, stop buying this rubbish. Support a local farmer and butcher. Support your community. Let’s get rid of the supermarkets.
And as today’s bit of light relief after this crap running along the food supply chain, how about some of the old orders names from 1950s US diners? “Burn The British” anyone?