There, on page 13, was a St Patrick's Day feature.
Nothing strange there, you might be thinking, as St Patrick's Day is 17th March.
Yet, I couldn't believe my eyes - ASDA have chosen to illustrate their St Patrick's Day advert with four-leaf clovers instead of shamrocks!
Shamrocks have three leaves!
It's a symbol of St Patrick demonstrating the Holy Trinity when he converted the Irish to Christianity - the idea of three-in-one.
Now, I know some of you are perhaps reading this and thinking 'So what'.
But how would you feel if they used a random root vegetable instead of a leek for St David's Day for Wales, a dandelion instead of a thistle for St Andrew's Day in Scotland, or even a red carnation instead of the red rose of England for St George's Day?!
It's not on, is it?
I would have thought with all the marketing that now goes on for St Patrick's Day - thanks to a certain black and white stout beverage - a shamrock would be a familiar sight to most people.
While we're on the topic, perhaps we could celebrate St George's Day in the same way that St Patrick's Day is celebrated?
How about having a Bank Holiday on 23rd April instead of the first Monday in May?
Just a thought...