Source: Radio 021 | Sunday, 23.09.2018.| 16:02
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Supermarket chain sells ready scrambled eggs

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The British supermarket chain Iceland has started selling ready scrambled eggs for students and everyone else who doesn’t know how to make them.

It takes a minute and a half to prepare, that is, to be microwaved, and a package costs 1.50 pounds. Each package contains four eggs, milk, salt and pepper.

Iceland announces that it has launched the project having determined that a third of the subjects in their survey didn’t know how to make scrambled eggs.

The supermarket chain also said that it had been determined that 13% of students didn’t even know how to boil an egg.

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