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it does look rather gross.

I wonder, when you open the can, is it a sandwich that falls out? Or is it like a sandwich that's mushed up and stuffed in a can? Or is it just the sandwich filling in the can and you provide your own bread?

Lord, the things that tie up my brain... :crazy:

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I believe the bread is included, and the sandwich is in whole preserved in an air tight can. Problem is that grain and fruit can't be stored together for that long like that because of the gasses but they probably use a special preservative.

I can only imagine a foul stench when one opens a can of candwich.

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On a related note, in tonight's headline news:

Candwich financier sued for fraud.

Candwich financier Travis L. Wright has had a complaint filed against him by the Securities and Exchange Commission in Utah. He is accused of fraud.

Wright, from Utah, raised 145 million dollars from 175 investors, allegedly promising them to invest the money in commercial real estate. Instead, says the complaint filed on July 1st, he used the funds primarily for loans unrelated to real estate. Only six million dollars, a small portion of the funds raised, was actually invested in real estate.

With the money he received, Wright made a loan to the Candwich Corporation. The Candwich, a sandwich in a can, is a product that can be sold like beverages in a vending machine. It currently comes in three flavors: chicken, and peanut butter and grape, and strawberry jelly.

In addition, Wright also made investments in numerous odd products such as rose petals with greetings printed on them, as well as provided unsecured loans to his family and friends, the complaint continues.

The Waterford Loan Fund and the Waterford Funding, both controlled by Wright, have declared bankruptcy. The investors had convinced Wright to “transfer to them all the assets of the Fund and Waterford Funding, as well as most of his personal assets†according to the complaint.

Among other aspects, the complaint seeks “an injunction, disgorgement, prejudgment interest and a civil penalty, and the issuance of an order prohibiting Wright from offering, selling or soliciting the sale of securities in a private or public offering.â€

The inventor of the Candwich, President of Mark One Foods Mark Kirkland, was is not involved with the suit. He said he still hopes to get Candwiches into production later this year as he believes that they will sell well, reported the New York Times.

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