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October 28, 2007

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Ben

Some intereting facts I've discovered about the UK market. This year, British consumers are expected to spend over £120 million ($240 million) and our pumpkin market alone is worth over $50 million. That makes it the third most profitable seasonal push in supermarkets after Christmas and Easter.

Thanks Fuel Ghoul!

Crazy stuff. I didn't understand what my sister was talking about when she said she was taking her kids "to the mall" for Halloween. She is living in the USA. Out here in small town SW Ontario (pop 900) we still do things the old fashioned way. I had 220 kids before I ran out of candy, and myself and other parents we know very well (everybody on our street) handed out home-baked treats. Pumpkins? Bought them from a neighbour who grew them in his backyard field - Ca1v1n

Crazy stuff. I didn't understand what my sister was talking about when she said she was taking her kids "to the mall" for Halloween. She is living in the USA. Out here in small town SW Ontario (pop 900) we still do things the old fashioned way. I had 220 kids before I ran out of candy, and myself and other parents we know very well (everybody on our street) handed out home-baked treats. Pumpkins? Bought them from a neighbour who grew them in his backyard field - Ca1v1n

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