I am gemused to see that Denmark has banned Marmite, and shops are now busily removing the "love it or hate it" product from their shelves.
It seems that Marmite simply has too many additives and vitamins, these added vitamins and minerals allegedly break food safety laws.
All very well, maybe. However, are we really sure that the pack of Danish that we fry for breakfast is 100% free from additives and that the pigs who graciously allowed themselves to be sliced and packed were not fed food with additives?
Rumour has it that the British expats in Denmark may mount a campaign of civil disobedience. How ironic that the banning of Marmite causes such actions by Brits when abroad, yet Nanny can get away with murder here without raising so much as a whimper from her enslaved sheeple.
As to whether Denmark can enforce this ban remains to be seen, as it may well breach European law.
However, in the meantime, if there are any Marmite addicts in Denmark who need a "fix" feel free to drop me a line; I am sure we can come to an arrangement for me to get you some:)
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