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Same Iceland, different year

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11:11 AM | 19 November 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
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If you've seen one Iceland Christmas advert, you've seen them all. This year's serving from the supermarket features a party with everyone having an impossibly good time. Just like every other year then.

Having recently watched the BBC series about Iceland, it's a shame they never took up some new advertising with Karmarama. If Iceland wants to become the brand that anyone is willing to shop with they must change their ways.

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