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Jamie Oliver On Kids Who Don’t Know What Vegetables Are

Jamie Oliver On Kids Who Don’t Know What Vegetables Are

As part of Jamie Oliver's mission to change the way we think about food consumption, he shares his experience with a classroom of first graders who could not identify simple fruits and vegetables.

Kyle Studstill
  • 3 march 2010

As part of Jamie Oliver’s mission to change the way we think about food consumption, he shares his experience with a classroom of  first graders who could not identify simple fruits and vegetables like tomatoes, eggplant, and cauliflower. In addition to campaigning against vending machine junk food in schools, Oliver has been vocal about eating habits at the most recent TED conference and in the video below:

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