Adults eating baby food. Really?
So then, have you had your Sunday lunch yet? What did you have? Roast beef, chicken, pork, all the trimmings? Or did you have a delicious jar of Cheesy Vegetable Jumble, manufactured mostly for stage 3 children (10 months and above)?
According to Claus Hipp, proprietor of the Hipp organic baby food range, one in four of his customers are adults who enjoy his nutritious meals for themselves rather than give them to a pesky nearby baby. Dunno what the babies are getting instead – kebabs?
Herr Hipp claims that the bewildered elderly are keen consumers of his mushed grub, given that many of them don’t have any teeth any more, but he says that the nutritious goodness of his baby food is a turn-on for healthy eaters and dieters.
In fact, it was alleged that footy boss Neil Warnock used to urge his players to eat baby food when he was the manager of Sheffield United, believing that if it was good enough for babies it would certainly do for his squad of soccer hopefuls.
Let’s put Herr Hipp’s claims to the test to see if there’s any truth in it or whether it’s just another piece of Rentokil-style PR horse shit with a quick poll. You’ve got until noon tomorrow to let your voice be heard...