Food Revolution Day

Food Revolution Day_1273What is Food Revolution Day?

Food Revolution Day is a global day of action to put food education back on the school curriculum. Jamie Oliver passionately believes that by educating children about food in a fun and engaging way, we can equip them with the basic skills they need to lead healthier, happier lives, for themselves, and their future families. In short, by fighting for every child’s right to food education, we can help to reverse the rise in obesity levels and diet-related disease.

Food Revolution Day is right at the heart of all the work Jamie and the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation do day in, day out, to engage and inspire people of all ages to learn about food and how to cook it. Food Revolution Day is about you, your families and your social networks, as well as schools, workplaces and communities all over the world coming together as one powerful and unified voice to fight for real sustainable change that’ll reach far beyond the day itself.

On Friday 15 May, Jamie will be hosting his exclusive Food Revolution Day cooking lesson for schools online, where he’ll be making his super simple Squash it sandwich recipe. Before the day, be sure to download the free school resources pack, jammed with loads of fun activities and ideas. 

Jamie needs our help 

To do this, we need your support to get your staff, students and wider community involved. You can do this by signing and sharing the petition and getting involved on Food Revolution Day. SIGN IT, SHARE IT.

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