It was revealed today

I KNOW you will accuse me of being a churnalist churning out churnalistic churnalism but some press releases are such dynamite you can’t help but feel like copying and pasting. There’s no point re-writing. So here’s an insight into the inbox of a news editor this afternoon:

KATE MIDDLETON NAMED AS  FAVOURITE PARTY GUEST THIS SUMMER

Kate Middleton has been named as Londoners favourite party guest this summer, it has been revealed today (24 July 2012).

The research commissioned by McCain Wedges revealed that Londoners would most like to invite Kate to their summer party, barbeque or picnic, followed closely by TV presenter Holly Willoughby.

In third place is everyone’s favourite TV chef Jamie Oliver, who no doubt was voted in for his barbecuing expertise.

Spokesperson for McCain Wedges commented: “We can’t promise you royalty, the glamorous Holly Willoughby or the cooking expertise of Jamie Oliver at your summer party, but we can offer you the chance to win one of 3,000 free party packs and an Ultimate summer party to make sure your guests have a great day.

 “The £5,000 Ultimate Party prize includes your own personal ice cream van, private bartender, waiter service, DJ, decorations and giant party games, a wide range of drinks and party food galore including unlimited McCain Wedges – the perfect party food to share with friends & family.  Visit http://www.summerofsharing.co.uk for more details.”

Just in time for your summer parties, McCain Foods has also launched limited edition McCain British Mature Cheddar & Red Onion Wedges.  Containing cheese, onion and potato, this timeless combination of Britain’s favourite flavours make McCain British Wedges the perfect addition to a barbecue on a glorious British evening!

British Wedges join McCain’s range of delicious flavours including Mexican, Lightly Spiced and Sea Salt and Cracked Black Pepper. The McCain British Wedges are the latest product to hit the shelves following the highly successful launch of McCain Mexican Wedges which won Product of the Year 2011. They are available in all major retailers priced around £1.85 for a 600g bag. 

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