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Pasty to Go
4:59am 10th August 2012
(Updated 4:59am 10th August 2012)
Cornwall could be getting the world's first pasty drive through.
Pirate FM has heard plans for a fast-food outlet in Helston are being drawn up.
Reports reckon it is the brainchild of the people who set up the West Cornwall Pasty Company.
Lizard producer Anne Muller is not worried about the image it will give our oggies. She said: "Whichever way you make a pasty you've still got turnip, onion, beef, potatoes, carbohydrate and a bit of fat. So you're still going to get a nutritious meal and when you're in a hurry that's all you want. Bit of sauce - no problem.
"There's a huge market for any variety of pasty so I think it can only be good. I mean, if I could keep the quality of my pasty to the level that I like to produce it, I'd like do it myself. I might even grab one myself in a hurry one day."
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