Byline: MARTIN DELGADO
THE latest attempt to tackle Britain's juvenile obesity crisis came under fire last night over a forthcoming ban on TV advertising of junk food to children that will outlaw cheese - but not chicken nuggets.
Several foods with strong health claims will be banned, including Marmite, raisins, honey, olive oil, low-fat margarines, Greek yoghurt, tomato ketchup and some breakfast cereals.
But other foods that have little nutritional value - such as plain white bread, oven chips, diet fizzy drinks and ready-cooked curry - are unaffected.
A list of foods high in fat, sugar or salt - drawn up by the Government's Food Standards Agency - forms the …