Fruit seller Adam Corbally booted off The Apprentice
Luxury chocolates failed to sweeten Lord Sugar
FRUIT seller Adam Corbally’s dream of winning The Apprentice went pear-shaped after his team lost a luxury product task.
The market trader missed out on a place in The Apprentice final after his high-end chocolates and jellies failed to sweeten Lord Sugar.
Adam, who runs a wholesale and retail fruit and vegetable firm, admitted he was disappointed but insisted he knew his onions when it came to business.
“I believe I can bow out gracefully. I did what I said I’d do at the start of the process, which was be the best salesperson the process has ever seen, and I’ve stuck to that,” he said.
This week’s task involved devising a new luxury product and pitching it to industry experts as well as Lord Sugar himself.
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