Christopher Snowdon writes for the Sun
“THE food delivery company Farmdrop could hardly be more wholesome.
“Describing itself as an “ethical grocer delivering delicious food direct from local farmers”, it specialises in fresh, organic produce.
“It has rarely been accused of peddling junk food to children — yet that is what Transport for London found it guilty of this week.
“The company said it was “shocked” to be the first victim of London’s new advertisement restrictions on public transport.
“It transpired that its Tube advert showed products that are high in fat and salt — specifically butter and bacon.
“If you squinted, you could even make out peanut butter, jam and elderflower. All forbidden under the new rules.
“The Farmdrop episode is an early sign that there is more to the crackdown on so-called “junk food” than we have been led to believe.”
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