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Shoppers are furious at this soup pack but can YOU spot the root of the problem? 

‘Talk about cutting costs!’ Shopper is furious at this soup pack but can YOU spot the root of the problem?

  • The shopper took to Facebook to share a picture she had taken of a soup packet 
  • She expressed her outrage over a parsnip that appeared to have been cut 
  • Many said as long as it weighed the kilogram advertised there was no issue 

A shopper was left outraged after she noticed there was something wrong with her soup pack.

The woman took to Facebook on Sunday to share a picture of of the pack, which included carrots onion, celery and a parsnip.

Fellow social media users quickly noticed that the parsnip had been cut in half. 

‘Can you see it? Talk about cutting costs,’ she captioned the photo. 

The woman blasted the supermarket for the cheap trick and said she had seen it before. 

The woman took to Facebook on Sunday to share a picture of of the pack, which included carrots onion, celery and a parsnip 

Few agreed with the woman, with many saying as long as the soup weighed the one kilogram advertised there was no issue.

‘As long as it weighs a kilo (sic) then no problem,’ one person commented on the picture.

‘You’re never going to get a perfect vegetable in a soup pack.’

Others said the parsnip was clearly visible and so people could choose whether they wanted to purchase the soup pack. 

Many took aim at the parnsip being used at all, with some saying they didn’t mind at all as they barely use the item.

‘Who wants a who parsnip anyway,’ one person said.

Few agreed with the woman, with many saying as long as the soup weighed the one kilogram advertised there was no issue (stock)

Few agreed with the woman, with many saying as long as the soup weighed the one kilogram advertised there was no issue (stock)

Another wrote: ‘You mean can I see a dried out, no good 3/4 of a vegetable that otherwise wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for soup packs? Yep, I see it!’

‘Less waste in my fridge,’ another said. 

One even took aim at the woman and said: ‘You’re probably the reason big supermarkets won’t sell odd-shaped veggies.’ 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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