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M&S takes Aldi to court over Colin the Caterpillar look-alike cake

2 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

High street chain lodges intellectual property claim and demands grocer stop selling discount sponge Cuthbert It is being billed as the ultimate food fight and could get nasty: Colin the Caterpillar is going to war with lookalike Cuthbert. On Thursday Marks & Spencer said it had begun legal action against Aldi to “protect” Colin from the discount grocer's rival chocolate sponge roll Cuthbert which, for a smaller fee, has been masquerading as Colin at birthday parties and on picnics.
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