Blog: There’s always one, isn’t there?

Catherine Sleep | 20 October 2004

Offering shoppers a chocolate dipping service seemed a perfectly reasonable thing for Whole Foods to do. You buy your strawberry, you dip it in chocolate, you present it to your sweetheart. Job done.

Except… one customer requested that a whole fresh salmon be dipped in chocolate. It takes all sorts, but that, my friends, is strange.

All part of the service


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