Blog: Whatever flicks your switch
Catherine Sleep | 12 February 2004
Following news of the asparagus, chocolate and banana pizza that UK retailer Iceland is developing as an aphrodisiac aid (yes, really), further weirdness has come to light.
Tesco says its researchers have come up with onions, celery, nuts and frozen peas as likely foods of love. Mmmm… oysters will be under pressure from some unlikely competitors on Valentine's Day this year, won’t they?
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