Social media has erupted in recent weeks with citizens of Britain and beyond tweeting about the legal battle between Aldi and Marks and Spencer. Many have defended Aldi’s Cuthbert the Caterpillar, with the hashtag Free Cuthbert trending in the UK. But when can customers see Cuthbert in the flesh?
Unlike Colin the Caterpillar, Cuthbert is a seasonal product and has not been on sale in Aldi stores since February.
However, it is expected that the much-loved chocolatey character will return to the supermarket’s sweets range this month.
Even though customers have not seen Cuthbert in a while, Marks and Spencer claimed last month that Aldi’s caterpillar cake is too similar to its Colin the Caterpillar and infringes its copyright.
The supermarket stated that they wanted Aldi to get rid of Cuthbert permanently in order to protect Colin, as well as its reputation, for “freshness, quality, innovation and value”.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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