Talk:Disney theme parks to rid trans fats internationally

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  1. Is "House of Mouse" really that well-known a nickname that we should use it in the title?
  2. I don't understand this: "Tesco supermarkets will start offering like edibles next month." What are "like edibles"? Or is it just a big typo?

--SVTCobra 20:21, 25 October 2007 (UTC)

Sorry, this was only supposed to be long enough for a Wikinews Shorts edition, got longer than I planned. "Mouse House" is the "short-form" name of Disney in Variety headlines, though not actually shorter than the real name. The name is now changed.
"Like edibles" is "similar foods" now, but I was trying to keep it slightly abiguous, as the article didn't say whether the foods were packaged or not, and I didn't want to imply that they were the same products in Canada. I know for a fact that, in Canada, the foods are packaged frozen foods. -- Zanimum 23:04, 25 October 2007 (UTC)