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After three bestselling cookbooks, Jamie Oliver wanted to give something back. It’s every chef’s dream to open their own restaurant, but Jamie didn’t want to open just any one. He hoped to create one that would give young unemployed people a second chance and a new direction in life. What he eventually opened was unique Read the full article…

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Schoolgirl Martha Payne, whose blog Never Seconds about the state of her school dinners, is releasing her book to help feed African pupils. Jamie appeared alongside Martha and her dad David on BBC’s The One Show on Monday, and has continually supported her campaign to blog about her often woeful school food. Jamie said: “Martha is amazing. Read the full article…

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Famous artists and designers including Tracey Emin, Quentin Blake and Paul Smith have designed some beautiful, crazy and unique chairs to help raise funds for Jamie’s charity, the Better Food Foundation. All the creatives were given identical chairs to cover with their designs which can be bid for through an online auction. Six of the chairs, Read the full article…

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Forget Bradley Wiggins, Jamie’s Better Food Foundation has its very own two-wheel hero in the shape of Jonny Garrett. Jonny, Jamie’s Business Editor, cycled 266 gruelling miles in 24 hours to raise cash for the foundation. His original aim of cycling the 288 miles from Cornwall’s Fifteen to the London Fifteen Restaurant in 24 hours was cut Read the full article…

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Jamie will be appearing on Channel 4′s Dispatches tonight (Sept 10) which reveals the latest shocks regarding school dinners. A Dispatches investigation has uncovered evidence that Government strategies to improve the food served in all our schools appear to be failing and Jamie is interviewed fully on his campaign. The programme reveals that the take-up of school Read the full article…

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Following the success of Jamie’s first ever Google+ Hangout on Food Revolution Day Jamie Oliver’s Better Food Foundation is excited to announce its community hangout plans! Tomorrow the team is hosting another Google+ Hangout all about the issues surrounding school food. “As the new school year starts, we thought what better way to kick off Read the full article…

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A non-stop, 24-hour bike ride to raise cash for Jamie’s Better Food Foundation is being attempted by Jamie’s Business Editor Jonny Garrett. Jonny (25) will be riding from Fifteen Cornwall to Fifteen London in 24 hours on the 14th and 15th September and he aims to raise £1,500. He said: “I’m having dinner at Fifteen Read the full article…

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Famous artists and designers including Tracey Emin, Quentin Blake and Paul Smith have designed some beautiful, crazy and unique chairs to help raise funds for Jamie’s charity, the Better Food Foundation. All the creatives were given identical chairs to cover with their designs which can be bid for through an online auction. Six of the Read the full article…

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The world's press came to London today (Monday) to have an audience with Jamie on the state of English food culture. During the event, hosted by Visit London and chaired by Square Meal editor Ben McCormack, Jamie answered questions on his restaurants, campaigns, passions and legacy. Jamie was asked during the interview what his proudest Read the full article…