The world’s biggest lobster tail is about to be sold in the United States, thanks to the support of a group of American lobster haters.
The campaign launched in September to raise money for a charity supporting sick children began when one of the haters wrote to a supermarket chain.
The customer, named Sarah, wanted to help her brother, who has Crohn’s disease, who can’t eat shellfish.
She said the chain had made a huge mistake by selling lobster tails that were not shellfish-free.
It’s a really sad day for me, Sarah told the ABC.
Lobster tails have been around for a long time, she said, and they’ve always been really healthy.
“I’ve always loved lobsters,” she said.
“They’re really tasty, they have a really sweet flavour, and you don’t get a bad smell, you just get the smell.”
The campaign’s Facebook page has received more than 150,000 likes and thousands of comments.
In response, the campaign posted a picture of a lobster tail that was made by a hatchery in New Zealand.
“We love our lobsters, and we are all very proud of the quality of the food produced at our farms,” it said.
We want to help you raise awareness of Crohn disease, Crohn-related illnesses, and other common conditions, the company said.
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