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mainpicbradford

More Food Revolution Day news – this time from our friends at Jamie’s Ministry of Food in Bradford. Andy writes: We had a really good day for FRD2013 in Bradford. We set up some Marquees opposite the food centre and had some local partners who exhibited with us. Cafe West had a stand discussing the Read the full article…

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Jermaine

The good news from Food Revolution Day 2013 just keeps coming. Carlos Montes, Director Jamie Oliver’s Ministry of Food Stratford and Leaside Food writes below about Jermain Defoe’s visit to the to the kitchen on Food Revolution Day ( news story from: leasidefood.co.uk ) Beckton born top footballer Jermain Defoe was a very special guest Read the full article…

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summer-jam-new-story

Jamie’s Summer Jam has seen an unprecedented number of entries, and although entries have now closed, Jamie and his editor Jim Tanfield’s pick of the last week was tough as so any entries were of an amazing standard. However, after much deliberation Jamie and his editor Jim Tanfield have plumped for two very different tracks. Read the full article…

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aussie-winners-News-story

The winners of the amazing Food Revolution Day prize to have a one-on-one cooking lesson with Jamie have spoken about their experience. Annie Fenech and her partner Robbie Robertson, from Perth, Australia, donated money to the Better Food Foundation’s Prizeo fund and were entered into the draw for the all-expenses paid trip to London to meet Read the full article…

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pesto-News-story

By Laura Parr So Food Revolution Day was a huge success, and hopefully we’re a step closer to getting food education back in schools and communities so people understand what they eat, work on their cooking skills and understand the impact their diet can have on their bodies. The problem is that responsibility can’t just Read the full article…

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veg-1-News-story

By Ren Behan If you’re anything like me, then finding food in your freezer might be a bit like playing a game of Tetris. There’s plenty in there; portions of leftovers, obligatory fish fingers, curry bases, plenty of frozen vegetables ready to throw into risottos or stews, but none of it particularly well organised. Recently, Read the full article…