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Jamie Oliver's 'Food Revolution' Returns, Childhood Obesity Beware!

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You may remember that Jamie Oliver was in a bit of a pickle because he kept butting heads with angry families and school officials who didn’t want to be told what to eat or to have their lunchroom habits exposed.

ABC wasn’t helping matters either, pulling his show “Food Revolution” from its regular Tuesday slot and for the entire month of May sweeps.

But now Oliver and the show are back, showing the final four episodes starting on Friday, June 3rd at 9:00 p.m.

“I have total faith in the American public!” Oliver told Just Jared. “I really, really do. A lot of people are gloomy about the future but I actually think that if parents and the public vocalize their opinions, a lot will get done! If you don’t care about kid’s foods at schools, you should leave the country!”

We are so happy to have a positive force like Oliver in the school systems, trying to make small steps to a big revolution of thinking about how and what we eat.

Via Vegetarian Star

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