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Fresh Juice’s… Panini’s…

Kevin writes:

This was taken in Manchester, England, which lately has become a home for stray apostrophes. The need for food to sport possessive apostrophes near other food suggests a form of encroaching nutrient cannibalism.

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DorkusMalorkus says:

Also: Panini is already plural! There is no need for the “S” at the end, with or without an apostrophe.

Mantolwen says:

I wondered where all the apostrophes Birmingham abandoned went off to. Here’s the answer – Manchester!

Trevor says:

It’s the inconsistency of signs like this that gets me. How did anyone decide to put apostrophes in these two words but not in any of the others? How?!