Jamie's Petition

Launched March 2010: Jamie's Food Revolution is about saving our health through good food and essential cooking skills. We need to improve food education, stand up for good food and keep cooking skills alive. Stand up and be counted - you have the power to make a difference.

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School Food Photowall

Launched September 26 2011 - Closed September 2012: Tasty meals made with fresh ingredients? Or processed, unappealing junk? We wanted to see what kids across the world were getting for school lunch and how changes being made to the school food system are reflected on the lunch tray. This photo wall was about demonstrating the range of appearance and quality in school food, to spark conversation and debate. We continue to support the school nutrition staff who work hard to produce nutritious meals with the budget and ingredients provided to them.

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Sugary Campaign


Launched April 11 2011 - Closed September 2013: It's not just soda that's full of sugar. Kids often get it from the chocolate and strawberry milk they drink at school too. Chocolate milk has the same amount of sugar as a soft drink and just one additional soft drink per day increases a child's obesity risk by 60% and is a major contributor to Type 2 diabetes. Plain white milk doesn't have any added sugar and many food revolutionaries joined us in asking for only plain, white, wholesome milk to be available every day at school.

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Usda Petition


Launched March 24 - Closed April 8: During spring 2011 the USDA accepted public comments on the proposed new set of school meal standards as part of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. Millions of kids all over America eat at least one meal a day at school and giving them the best nutrition possible is critical. This is the first time in 15 years that nutrition standards in schools can really improve. Members of the Food Revolution weighed in to let the USDA know that they want more real food on kids' plates.

The Result