Purchasing a pre-packed Tuna Sweetcorn sandwich from Londis, I noticed a worrying feature on the packaging from Breams, the manufacturer. I'm actually told the name of the person who put the white bread (51%), tuna chunks, sweetcorn and mayonnaise together. I've seen this done before with farmers and raw meat - herd traceability, organic agriculture etc - but with a £1.69 supermarket sandwich?
The person who had the privilege of preparing my snack is called Bora and there's a number for the quality controller if I'm worried about the standard of sandwich-making involved.
Come to think of it, some of the tuna and sweetcorn was spilling out a little from the bread. It tasted ok, but I'd expect better attention to detail from a product that was set to grace the shelves of Londis.