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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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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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Story by Juliane Caillouette Noble Save Our School food standards Jamie stepped back in the ring on the school food fight last November. During an interview on BBC Breakfast, he made his thoughts clear on the government’s decision to make new academies and free schools exempt from the nutritional standards for school food across England. Read the full article…

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Story by Juliane Caillouette Noble Zac Goldsmith MP joined forces with Jamie and other school food campaigners today by tabling a motion in parliament that calls for his fellow MP’s to expresses its concern that academies and free schools opened since September 2010 are no longer required to meet the mandatory standards for school food; Read the full article…

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Story by Camilla Speirs Jamie Oliver will today join Minister for Health David Davis to announce the launch of Jamie’s Ministry of Food as part of the Victorian Government’s new attack on obesity – the Victorian Healthy Eating Enterprise (VHEE). The Baillieu Coalition Government is partnering with The Good Foundation to set up Jamie’s Ministry Read the full article…

Story by The Food Revolution Team Last Month, the Humanitarian Centre – a Cambridge, UK based international relief and development network – in partnership with the Cambridge Institute of Public Health and the Centre for Science and Policy ran a Post UN Summit Conference on Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs). During the conference, which was a Read the full article…