Statement from the Council (via bbc http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-18454800)
Argyll and Bute Council claimed media coverage of the blog had led catering staff to fear for their jobs.
It added: "The council has directly avoided any criticism of anyone involved in the 'never seconds' blog for obvious reasons despite a strongly-held view that the information presented in it misrepresented the options and choices available to pupils.
"However this escalation means we had to act to protect staff from the distress and harm it was causing.
"In particular, the photographic images uploaded appear to only represent a fraction of the choices available to pupils, so a decision has been made by the council to stop photos being taken in the school canteen.
"There have been discussions between senior council staff and Martha's father however, despite an acknowledgement that the media coverage has produced these unwarranted attacks, he intimated that he would continue with the blog.
"The council has had no complaints for the last two years about the quality of school meals other than one from the Payne family received on 6 June and there have been no changes to the service on offer since the introduction of the blog."
so basically, they felt she was showing them in a poor light.
 why didn't they just start their own blog showing all the options pupils have?