Since Jamie's School Dinners in 2005, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has become a food activist, starting his own revolution and inciting others to take a stand for real food and pick up cooking skills.
"This is all about people power. If enough of us stand up and say that we care about where our food comes from and that we demand better food education for our children, then the governments of the world will start to listen." Jamie Oliver
1) Hold a food party with freshly cooked ingredients. 2) Try a fresh food that you haven't tried. 3) Teach someone to cook. 4) Share your favourite recipe.
5) Or simply make up your mind to buy fresh produce over processed foods.
Drop your reservation at the restaurant for that day. Make your own food. Pay a visit to the local markets and pack your own lunch to work.