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Telegraph | News | Foods caught by the junk food ban

Marmite, Flora Lite, half-fat cheddar cheese, Dairylea triangles, bran flakes, camembert, sugar-coated puffed wheat, instant hot oat cereal, Jaffa cakes, reduced calorie mayonnaise, multi-grain hoop cereal, half-fat creme fraiche, takeaway chicken nuggets, potato waffles, Greek yoghurt (sheep), ham, sausages, bacon rashers, low-fat spreads, peanuts, cashew nuts, pistachio nuts, peanut butter, raisins, sultanas, currants, low-fat potato crisps, olive oil, butter, pizza, hamburgers, tomato ketchup, chocolate, brown sauce, cola, lemonade

Foods that escape the advertising ban:

Plain fromage frais, fish fingers, lasagne ready meals, currant buns, malt loaf, frozen roast potatoes, chicken curry with rice ready meal, frozen oven chips, sliced white bread, cottage cheese, supermarket frozen chicken nuggets, milk, brazil nuts, canned strawberries in syrup, diet cola, chocolate-flavoured milk.

Well that is the shopping list sorted out, pick any six from the top and two from the bottom set.

First madness of 2007 noted.


Television adverts that could be hit

Kellogg's Co:co Pops straws, Bertoli olive oil, Anchor butter, Marmite, Peperami

Companies that can advertise their brands

McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Burger King, Cadbury's

Do I hear "Arise Colonel Sir Saunders"? Or is the new minister for food safety going to be one Lord Ronald of MacDonald?

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