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Jamie Oliver Tests First Graders Knowledge Of Healthy Food On New Series

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Uh-oh! We might be in serious trouble!

Think American children can identify their fruits and vegetables? Think again! In Jamie Oliver’s newest show, Jamie Oliver ‘s Food Revolution, the celebrity chef aims to improve America’s eating habits with some good old fashion education.

Oliver begins his journey in Huntington, West Virginia, which is considered the unhealthiest city in America, in hopes of teaching the residents a thing or two about healthy food. What he finds, however, just might shock you!

While visiting a first grade classroom, Jamie tests the students’ knowledge of fruits and vegetables with a friendly little pop quiz. How do the kids score? You’ll just have to watch the video to find out. I warn you: it terrifying!

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