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  • Pay for fancy fish fingers on Instagram
  • Pay for fancy fish fingers on Instagram
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Pay for fancy fish fingers on Instagram

Frozen fish fingers aren't usually considered fine dining, but to launch the Birds Eye Inspirations range, the brand has created a pop-up restaurant that doesn’t take cash. Instead, it accepts an Instagram photo of your meal, paired with the #BirdsEyeInspirations tag as payment.



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