UK: Does Tesco have to be a jeanius to sell a pair of Levi's?
At the European Court of Justice, the latest round of the lengthy case between UK giant Tesco and Levi Strauss has seen the clothing manufacturer argue that supermarket staff are simply not trained well enough to sell jeans. According to a Mark Elliot, a spokesman from Levi Strauss: "Staff [who sell jeans] have to explain how one blue is different from another blue."
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