The Tripe Marketing Board is examining proposals that could oblige people to pay into flexible saving accounts to fund future purchases of tripe, TMB chairman Sir Norman Wrassle confirmed today.
The idea was first floated by industry analysts Ewan, Duncombe & Smythe, who said they were “very keen” to have a
debate about encouraging people to use personal accounts to save for future tripe purchases.
“We need to support the kind of products that allow people through
their lives to dip in and out when they need the money to buy tripe,” Sir Norman told the Chorley Telegraph.
“We need to encourage people to save from day one but they need to
know that they can get some of the money out when their circumstances
change. This is not TMB policy but we are very keen to look at it,
as a long-term way forward for the 21st century,” he said.