PROFESSOR Susan Jebb, chairwoman of the Food Standards Agency, has warned that workers should think twice before bringing unhealthy treats into the workplace, since they can tempt coworkers into unhealthy eating habits.

In response to this ridiculous claim, we are giving you the chance to win one of 50 boxes of delicious cupcakes to share with your colleagues, thanks to Candy’s Cupcakes. 

The food watchdog chief told The Times that bringing cake into the office is just as bad as passive cigarette smoke. Has she never tried a Victoria Sponge cake?

Imagine it became illegal to bring cake into the office… do not fear, this will not happen, as the Prime Minister’s official spokesman confirmed that we are very much a ‘pro-cake government’, and Mr Rishi Sunak agrees you should continue to eat cake.

A “supportive environment” means continuing to bring cake into the office to give you that extra sugar boost to keep you motivated throughout the day. The key is all about a balanced diet, not banning sweet treats. 

Candice Bannister, Managing Director of Candy’s Cupcakes, said ‘Everyone loves freshly baked cake with a brew. Treat your office and make their day a piece of cake! ’ Candy’s Cupcakes delivers nationwide with next day delivery available. Just visit candyscupcakes.co.uk to get your orders in, and treat your work colleagues. 

To be in with the chance of winning a box of six party time cupcakes, fill in the form below and see if you are one of the 50 lucky winners of this great competition. The lucky winners will have their cupcakes delivered to your office or front door to share with their colleagues next week.

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Competition is open to UK residents (excluding Scotland, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland), aged 18+ only. Competition ends at 23:59pm on Sunday, January 22, 2023. Winners will be notified within 14 days. See here for the full Terms and Conditions.

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