No company is safe from the odd and incisive wit of Terry Ravenscroft, and in this uproarious collection of epistles he targets the world’s biggest food and drink companies. Kellogg's, Mars, Heinz, and Cadbury, among others, receive communiqués from Terry on issues ranging from quality, pricing, and taste to advertising campaigns as well as problems such as an inability to find the nuts in Nutella spread "despite going through it with a fine tooth comb." Combining hysterical premises with sly nods to the megalomania of global corporations, this is the perfect compendium for anyone who has ever wanted to really speak their minds to big business.
|Publisher:||Michael O'Mara Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Terry Ravenscroft is a television writer and the author of Airmail, Dear Air 2000, and Football Crazy.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Written with tongue planted firmly in cheek, this is a humourous little number, with a few laugh-out-loud moments.