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Jamie Oliver to fund healthy school meals

20th April 2010

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has pledged millions of pounds of his own cash to improve the standard of primary school meals.

Oliver told the BBC he would use the money to make "a mechanism of food that the schools can bid for. If, in terms of parents and teachers, they can put all their ducks in a row then literally hundreds of thousands of pounds will be spent on that school. It will build gardens, build school kitchens, give them seeds and fruit trees as well as teaching collateral including web sites, DVDs and conferences."  

 

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Article Information

Title: Jamie Oliver to fund healthy school meals
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 14663
Date Added: 20th Apr 2010

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