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There's no talk about what these kids would be eating if they were not lined up in West Virginia cafeteria for some early morning breakfast pizza. (Is mediocre school pizza better than a double serving of Fruity Pebbles?) No discussion about the 30 million pounds of beef from downer cows that ended up in school cafeterias last year. (Is fresh food good even if it's fresh from bad sources?) Oh no. Food Revolution is all entertainment. Change the set, redo the casting, this could be Extreme Makeover, Cafeteria Edition.
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Jamie Oliver Meets Some First Graders Who Don't Know Fruits and Vegetables
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Get Ready for the Jamie Oliver Revolution?
TreeHugger thinks that Jamie Oliver deserves an award for his efforts to battle obesity, but Good wonders if perhaps he's just making entertaining television.Good writes: