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8 minutes ago, BabyBoyAndMyLass said:

An orange chimp in an Iceland ad?

Thought they'd dropped Kerry Katona from their ad campaign?

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5 minutes ago, Winsford Soul said:

Apparently it's banned because of its political context and it's originally from i think a friends of the earth campaign.  

Personally I reckon it's brilliant 

 

Iceland have got behind it by removing palm oil from all their own branded products, but continue to stock big brands containing palm oil, ostensibly to give the consumer a choice.

I personally have never forgiven them for the Cod Wars.

Edited by Steve S 60

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3 minutes ago, Steve S 60 said:

Iceland have got behind it by removing palm oil from all their own branded products, but continue to stock big brands containing palm oil, ostensibly to give the consumer a choice.

I personally have never forgiven them for the Cod Wars.

For some reason ive got no more likes left. Love the Cod Wars comment mate

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54 minutes ago, Steve S 60 said:

Iceland have got behind it by removing palm oil from all their own branded products, but continue to stock big brands containing palm oil, ostensibly to give the consumer a choice.

I personally have never forgiven them for the Cod Wars.

It`s a start though Steve.

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2 minutes ago, Kegsy said:

How is this advert different from the ads with regard to killing elephants, Rhinos etc. that are shown regularly ?.

I can only think it's because the ones that currently get shown are for registered charities, whereas the banned ad is for a supermarket.

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