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To Help People Who Are Not Able To Print Out A Derogatory Certificate, French Baker Starts Printing Them On His Baguette Bags

To Help People Who Are Not Able To Print Out A Derogatory Certificate, French Baker Starts Printing Them On His Baguette Bags 4

With the numbers of COVID-19 cases getting significantly higher each day, on October 30, France was put back on lockdown. Now, whenever a person living in France has to leave their home, they must download or print out an exceptional certificate in order to prove the necessity of their trip. Turns out, this one bakery called “Boulangerie Saint-Fiacre” found a way to use this new rule for their own and their customers’ benefit.

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Before leaving their home, people living in France must download or print out an exceptional certificate to prove the necessity of their trip

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Teddy Rousselot, the owner of Boulangerie Saint-Fiacre located in France, came up with a pretty genius idea—he decided to start printing exceptional certificates on the back of his baguette bags. “Customers no longer came, others did not have their certificate to come to the bakery,” Teddy explained to 20 Minutes. “Many did not see the point of wasting a sheet of paper for a baguette….

To Help People Who Are Not Able To Print Out A Derogatory Certificate, French Baker Starts Printing Them On His Baguette Bags

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