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Can/should i now allow Colemans mustard into my home? 00:35 - Jan 5 with 468 viewsfloridablue

Just reading that the production of the 'yellow peril' is leaving the factory of our country cousins. Its the mustard that's on the shelf in the "International/British foods' section at my local supermarket and i've never never allowed that in my home. Also surfaces in British style Pubs. So if it moves away/abroad should i allow entry?
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Can/should i now allow Colemans mustard into my home? on 09:06 - Jan 5 with 370 viewsfactual_blue

It will still be branded 'Colmans of Norwich'.

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Can/should i now allow Colemans mustard into my home? on 09:12 - Jan 5 with 361 viewsJimmyJazz

Man up and don't let such trivial matters affect your life

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Can/should i now allow Colemans mustard into my home? on 09:48 - Jan 5 with 340 viewsFreddies_Ears

It is still made using Norfolk products, processed in Norfolk, so (for me) the answer is no.
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Can/should i now allow Colemans mustard into my home? on 10:05 - Jan 5 with 328 viewsITFC_Forever

No, because it tastes vile.

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Can/should i now allow Colemans mustard into my home? on 10:09 - Jan 5 with 325 viewsPiercingBlue

No. It will be tainted forever.
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Can/should i now allow Colemans mustard into my home? on 11:37 - Jan 5 with 289 viewsbaxterbasics

I have my own similar dilemma - my pension is with Aviva, formerly Norwich Union.

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Can/should i now allow Colemans mustard into my home? on 12:01 - Jan 5 with 274 viewsNo9

I don't see anything wrong with buying it
How does anyone now the stuff isn't sown & grown in Suffolk?
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