Jamie Oliver slams BOGOF offers despite flogging calorie-laden meal deals

“STOP the Bogofs” campaigner Jamie Oliver is flogging calorie-laden petrol station grub — as part of meal deals.

The celebrity chef, 46, led a march on Downing Street on Friday to protest at a government decision to delay a ban on buy-one-get-one-free offers on fattening junk food.


But his Jamie Oliver Deli range sold at Shell filling stations includes a BLT triple sandwich that comes in at 554 calories — the same as a Big Mac.

Buying it as part of a £4.99 Shell meal deal with a bag of salty crisps and a sugary drink would save £1.89 — but the total calories would be about half an adult’s recommended daily intake.

Other items such as an all-day breakfast sandwich, a roast chicken and bacon caesar wrap with parmigiano reggiano cheese, as well as all-butter puff pastry steak slices or sausage rolls, are also offered as part of money-saving deals.

The deli range includes healthier options such as veggie couscous and wraps — but we struggled to find them.

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Jamie, who waved an Eton Mess dessert at the protest to symbolise the state the Government was in, has already faced flak over his £5million tie-up with the oil giant while preaching about climate change.

He shrugged it off by saying that all his clients “have their own baggage”.

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