Market Told Not To Call Itself A Farmers’ Market

Market Told Not To Call Itself A Farmers’ Market
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 20 february 2008

As the popularity of so-called farmers’ markets increases, confusion is growing as to what really is a farmers’ market. In London, the food hall at the newly renovated St Pancras Station in London has been banned from advertising itself as a Farmers’ Market. A group called Sustain lodged a complaint with the British Advertising Standards Authority saying that the claim that there was a farmers’ market at the train station was misleading.

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