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Premier Foods 'tests' Freshfields ahead of usual adviser Slaughters on pickle sale

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  • A tangy instruction for Freshfields.

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  • Freshfields will be delighted - they know which side their bread is buttered on. Although most unusual to see Slaughters left in a pickle.

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  • Puzzling why clients use such expensive firms for relatively small and uncomplicated deals.
    This could have been done for less than half the price elsewhere and the client would have gotten the same result.

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  • Puzzling when people do not understand the requirement for a condiment, or at least foodstuffs related pun.
    But to answer the question: because to use firms of this calibre is akin to a sandwich made of vintage mature organic cheddar with Branston pickle on freshly Aga baked artisan bread. To use one of the firms you advocate (was it DLA you had in mind?) is akin to a 10 day old petrol station cheese and generic pickle sandwich. There are people out there who can tell the difference. Lots of them.

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