The staffers said products including M&Ms and Doritos were replaced with granola bars and other healthy snacks during Bloomberg's tenure but have made a comeback since Mayor Bill de Blasio took office, the New York Post reported Thursday.
"The nanny has left the building, so now if I want Twix bars or Doritos for lunch, I can finally have them without having to leave the building," a City Hall staffer speaking on condition of anonymity told the Post.
A City Hall spokeswoman referred questions to the Department for Administrative Services, which in turn referred questions to the mayor's office. The mayor's office did not immediately return a call seeking a comment, the Post said.
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