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not for individual resale - why?

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taytotayto Thu 23-Jun-11 12:16:31

i was in a cafe this morning and bought an item of food for my toddler and when she was finished eating i noticed the carton had "not for induvidual resale" written on the side. it was a pack of dairylee dunkers, why do companies write this and is the cafe breaking the law selling induvidual packs?

mousymouse Thu 23-Jun-11 12:19:39

sometimes these packs don't have the full list of ingredients printed on them.
I don't think it is breaking the law (if the ingredients are printed on the pack) as food is not regulated in a way medicines are for example.

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