Europe AssPress -: Calls for something to be done about the increasing amounts of raw toast have reached the highest levels of the European Parliament following revelations that many of the major chain store supermarkets have been unwittingly selling raw, uncooked toast to members of the public.
Much of the raw toast has been cleared from the shelves and is now sitting around in warehouses awaiting a decision as to what to do with it.
Herl Le Pain, of the European Food Ministry, has said that "We are investigating as many avenues as possible in an effort to dispose of the uncooked toast. One idea was to send it to poorer countries, some of whom wouldn't mind a bit of raw toast, or so we thought. Can you believe they turned their noses up at it?"
According to Government sources, a team of crack scientists have been brought together to find a feasible way to turn the raw toast into something more palatable, possibly through some form of recycling or even for use on one of the many worm farms.
The outlook isn't hopeful though, as one scientist admitted "I'm a crack scientist, I don't know the first thing about uncooked toast. I work on cracks!"