jamie oliver food revolution petition

Via on Apr 3, 2010

jamie oliver food revolution petition

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5 Responses to “jamie oliver food revolution petition”

  1. Brittainy says:

    I LOVE the idea behind this, and so informative too! I'll definitely be watching the actual foods at my son's school (when he starts).

  2. Utpala says:

    Finally someone who is willing to take on the challenge of bringing public awareness, to change our Western traditional way of eating. I commend Jamie Oliver for taking the challenge too the school system. But the true challenge is to the parents and families firstly to change their eating habits at home and at school. I would be willing to work with Jamie on his campaign!

  3. lisa hilts says:

    The real irony here is the contradiction between what education pretends to stand for and what it is actually standing for by example.

  4. Where's the petition? I'm ready to sign!!

  5. Susan LaGuardia says:

    Keep up the good work Jamie! Is filling in my name below considered signing the petition. I don't actually see a petition. Good luck with all of your hard work.

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