The Labour leader Ed Miliband and shadow chancellor Ed Balls popped into a Greggs bakery to buy some sausage rolls during a visit to Redditch.
Afterwards, Mr Miliband said there is a serious point to make and the Chancellor is "out of touch" by applying VAT on the cost of pasties and sausage rolls.
Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke has defended the Government's tax U-turns, saying the changes came as a result of listening to taxpayers.
The Government has scrapped plans to implement 20% VAT on pasties and reduced the planned tax on static caravans to 5%
The Government continues to feel the heat over its decision to add VAT to hot takeaway baked goods, a move nicknamed "the pasty tax."