Bright student spots wrong label

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Tesco is a big chain of supermarkets in the UK and Albert Guildford is the name of the 15 years old boy who spotted a grammar mistake in his package of orange juice.

"I was eating my breakfast and noticed it said ‘most tastiest’ and I don’t like bad grammar so decided to write to Tesco".Albert said.

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'Most tastiest'? Surely not? It could be 'most tasty' or simply 'tastiest', but never 'most tastiest'," the schoolboy said.
So the package with the grammar mistake will be changed, as Tesco has apologized:
"I've told our team about this and they will correct the error when the packaging is reprinted."
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