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Marks and Spencer really didn't think their new bakery sign through

Oh dear.

BEHOLD. THIS EXCELLENT evidence that all marketing materials should be read over and over by many different people to clear all possibility of innuendo.

Marks and Spencer’s recently became the first UK retailer to add Vitamin D to bread after finding out that customers are concerned they aren’t getting their recommended daily amount.

They wanted the D, so Marks and Spencer gave it to them.

How did they decide to get the message out to those browsing the shop?

Like this, of course:

It’s really unfortunate.

So now you know where that D came from.

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