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    Thread: Marmite Illegal in Denmark


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      Marmite Illegal in Denmark

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      Seems a little over the top. Denmark has now banned Marmite, they already have a ban on Rice Crispies, Shreddies, Horlicks etc. under legislation forbidding the sale of food products with added vitamins as threat to public health.

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      They are a weird lot the danes. My mate (Dave) spent xmas with his (at the time) Danish GF in Denmark and said that him and the whole family had to dance around the xmas tree holding hands. It doesn't surprise me they banned Marmite. The Danish women are lush though, so they must be doing something right.
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      it happens a lot everywhere in the world...

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      I've been onto my friend at the Danish Embassy and he has asked me to forward this link.
      http://www.amblondon.um.dk/NR/exeres...MODE=Published
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      it happens a lot everywhere in the world...

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      Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
      I've been onto my friend at the Danish Embassy and he has asked me to forward this link.
      http://www.amblondon.um.dk/NR/exeres...MODE=Published
      Link doesn't go anywhere