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Pret a Manger changes tuna policy

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The Guardian reports Metcalfe made the decision to use the more common skipjack tuna after watching The End of the Line.

The sandwich entrpreneur is quoted as saying: "We could lose some customers in the short term, but I do feel they will eventually come back as they understand what it is all about. It’s something we felt we had to do, and if it costs us, so be it."

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