food revolution

Cheryl No-Surname looked like she been taking style tips from a certain Antipodean showbiz legend as she helped Jamie Oliver
Britain has now joined Mexico and France in taxing businesses when they compromise the health of our children. I don't believe it's anti-business. In the UK, kids and teenagers' single largest source of sugar is from sugary sweetened drinks and with one-third of kids overweight or obese, these statistics cannot be taken lightly anymore. Of course, industry totally disagree - what they all agree on is personal responsibility and self-regulation, and look where that got us. The announcement of a sugary drinks tax has sent ripples around the world, especially in countries where they're also struggling with childhood obesity.
This week we welcomed 'A Girl Called Jack' (Monroe) to the Food Tube family. Jack made her name as a cash-strapped single mum living in Southend. With her immense resourcefulness, she tightened her apron strings and threw flour in the face of adversity. Check out her Food Tube debut
Whoever said 'never work with children or animals' may have had a point but here at Food Tube we're always ready to throw caution to the wind. Which is why, as we count down to the third global Food Revolution Day on Friday 16 May, the whole gang is fuelling the fight to get kids cooking!
I come from a family that appreciates and enjoys the pleasures of cooking, eating and sitting around the table, and sharing a meal with family and friends.
They were wrapping up for the day, but she mentioned the free cooking classes taking place in Fresno the following weeks. I was familiar with the Food Revolution, and was excited to be a part of its mission!
Since 2011, our Food Revolution Uruguay ambassador team has aimed at getting together people who foster a like-minded spirit and take part in different projects sharing the same food goals.
Obesity and hunger are major global problems, and this Special Session at the One Young World Summit 'The Food Revolution' focused on what can be done to save the next generation from the diet related illnesses that we face today.
We've welcomed in a new age of street food: sophisticated and intelligent cooking rustled up by chefs with big ideas and future or previous high-profile careers in Michelin-starred restaurants.