London based home delivery firm Food Ferry says Mayor Ken Livingstone's proposed £5 congestion charge will add an "unsustainable" £15,000 a year to the group's bottom line. With its catchment area bang in the middle of the congestion zone, Food Ferry will be hit in the jugular, said chief executive James Millar. "The aim of the charge should be to get rid of unnecessary traffic, not penalise businesses whose raison d'être is to deliver into the capital each day." Food Ferry is on course to double its turnover to £4.5m in three years, with like for like sales between April and June up 11% and average orders topping £100. {{NEWS }}