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Coles is mocked for selling cookies & # 39; for Santa Claus & # 39; getting old two months before Christmas Day. The problem is that the 12-pack of cookies has an expiration date of October 31 - eight weeks before December 25

& # 39; Why is Coles trying to poison Santa Claus? & # 39 ;: Supermarket giant mocked for advertising Christmas cookies that are TWO MONTHS old before the festive day

  • Supermarket giant Coles sells & # 39; bickies for Santa & # 39; with an October expiration date
  • Packaging advises consumers to omit the Christmas cake on Christmas Eve
  • Coles is mocked today on social media for trying to poison Santa Claus & # 39;
  • A man joked that the supermarket chain had confused Christmas with Halloween
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Coles is mocked for selling cookies & # 39; for Santa Claus & # 39; getting old two months before Christmas Day.

The Australian supermarket giant is now selling salted caramel shortbread well before the start of the festive season.

The treats are marketed as & # 39; Delicious Bickies for Santa & # 39 ;.

Coles is mocked for selling cookies & # 39; for Santa Claus & # 39; getting old two months before Christmas Day. The problem is that the 12-pack of cookies has an expiration date of October 31 - eight weeks before December 25

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Coles is mocked for selling cookies & # 39; for Santa Claus & # 39; getting old two months before Christmas Day. The problem is that the 12-pack of cookies has an expiration date of October 31 – eight weeks before December 25

& # 39; Leave them out on Christmas Eve for Santa! & # 39 ;, said the package, next to a cartoon of Santa Claus holding a candy.

The problem is that the 12-pack of cookies has an expiration date of October 31 – eight weeks before December 25.

Social media have mocked Coles enthusiasm for selling Christmas treats, baked last week, a little early.

& # 39; Why is Coles trying to poison Santa Claus? & # 39 ;, Tweette a man, with the pseudonym Abraham Bloodshack, on Wednesday.

The software engineer's observation was retweeted 113 times, others participated.

A man wondered if Coles confused Christmas with Halloween, given that the best-before date was October 31.

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& # 39; This batch is clearly meant for trick-or-treaters dressed as Santa &, "he said.

Coles said the sticker & # 39; Bickies for Santa Claus & # 39; was just a reminder for customers to prepare for the Christmas period.

& # 39; All of our bakeries are currently filled with Christmas supplies, such as meat pies and puddings, so that customers can spread Christmas costs over a few weeks & # 39 ;, a spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia.

& # 39; Bickies for Santa Claus stickers are a festive reminder for customers to leave a tasty treat on Christmas Eve and our bakers will make many fresh batches as we get closer to Christmas – that's just 62 sleeping places away. & # 39;

Social media have mocked Coles enthusiasm for selling Christmas treats, baked last week, a little early

Social media have mocked Coles enthusiasm for selling Christmas treats, baked last week, a little early

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Social media have mocked Coles enthusiasm for selling Christmas treats, baked last week, a little early

A man wondered if Coles confused Christmas with Halloween, given that the best-before date was October 31

A man wondered if Coles confused Christmas with Halloween, given that the best-before date was October 31

A man wondered if Coles confused Christmas with Halloween, given that the best-before date was October 31

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