Nanny EU State Bans Pictures of Babies on Baby Food

More utter madness from the European Parliament. They have cracked down on the insidious labelling of baby milk and food, decreeing that “pictures of infants, or other pictures or text which may idealise the use of such formula” will be banned henceforth. Our own bonkers pen pushers are culpable as well, they had already stopped the use of baby pictures on infant formula for tots younger than six months. Now EU rules say no photos on baby food and milk for the first year.

Olive oil, conkers, baby food: you can’t accuse them of failing to address the burning issues of our time…




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