Marks and Spencer mocked for selling sliced cauliflower as 'cauliflower steak' for £2

MARKS and Spencer has been mocked for selling sliced cauliflower as "cauliflower steak" for double the price.

As part of the store's veggie range, the product is a chopped up cauliflower with a sachet of lemon and herb drizzle for £2.

It has infuriated social media users who know if they cut the veg themselves they will save around £1.30.

Rachel Clarke‏ wrote on Twtter: "Marks and Spencer stores are selling sliced cauliflower as ‘Cauliflower Steak’ with lots of lovely plastic and charging £2 (normally £2.50).

"A cauliflower costs about 69p from a local veg shop."

She added: "Take cauliflower. Take knife. Chop Cauliflower. Wrap in lots of plastic and mark up the price. The end.

"It's great they are expanding their veggie #glutenfree range but this is just so silly.

"Why not encourage people to buy an actual cauliflower?"

Her followers were quick to back her opinion on the new product.

One said: "Ridiculous …. Who doesn't own a knife to make a few slices through it, it's quicker and easier than slicing an onion."



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Food wallies

SAINSBURY’S is selling its “organic” coconutswrapped in plastic and with a cardboard stand.

Punters hit out over the £3 Genuine Coconut, which has a plastic ring pull and straw.

Rob Acton-Campbell tweeted: “What next, plastic zips on bananas?”

The shop insisted the product is organic and recyclable.

Another said: "People who buy this must have more money than sense! What a wasteful item. The amount of plastic and processing involved in this is ridiculous.

"Like you say, buy a cauliflower, wash it and cut (and use all of it). Well done for flagging it. @marksandspencer should be ashamed."

The Sun Online has approached M&S for comment.

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