The sandwich chain Pret A Manger has caved into religious protests and withdrawn its new Virgin Mary crisps.
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The sandwich and coffee chain’s reputation is being challenged
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Seven of the biggest chains are making their menus healthier by reducing fat and salt in snacks and drinks
Saving money is not just about targeting the biggest expenses in your life. Taking one fewer holiday or getting rid of your cable TV could put hundreds of pounds back into your pocket each year. However, meaningful savings can also be made by targeting the small items – such as takeaway coffees and sandwiches – which over a year can cost you much more than you might think.