Colin vs Cuthbert: As M&S Sues Aldi Can You Copyright a Cake? | Good Morning Britain

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The iconic birthday staple is quickly becoming the food fight of the centuray after M&S’s Colin the Caterpillar Cake declared war on Aldi’s Cuthbert! M&S are taking Aldi to court over the budget friendly version of the cake, claiming that the cake is not only an imposter but riding on the coat tails of the supermarket’s reputation. Can you copyright a cake though?

Broadcast on 16/04/21

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