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Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day in Singapore

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day in Singapore
Food Revolution Day poster

Food Revolution Day poster

Take a stand for real food with Food Revolution Day!

Irene, Janet and I at the Food Revolution photo wall

Irene, Janet and I at the Food Revolution photo wall

On 19 May 2012, the Jamie Oliver Foundation launched its first-ever Food Revolution Day, a global day of action to inspire, educate and empower people everywhere to stand up for real food.

Photo wall for camwhoring

Photo wall for camwhoring

Two ladies having fun

Two ladies having fun

Irene and Janet

Irene and Janet

Likewise, Singapore held its very own Food Revolution Day – at The Lawn Grill & Salad Cafe, located at Biopolis Way.

Throughout the four-hour event from 4pm – 8pm, there were cooking demos, food photography and healthcare talks, as well as a food competition. There were also some sponsor booths selling food items, with proceeds going to the Jamie Oliver Foundation.

Inside The Lawn restaurant

Inside The Lawn restaurant

Cooking demonstration

Cooking demonstration

Sponsors' booths

Sponsors’ booths

Booth selling organic rice and tea

Booth selling organic rice and tea

Fiji Water for everyone's consumption

Fiji Water for everyone’s consumption

There were singing performances too – Asia’s No. 1 beatboxer, Shawn Lee, as well as band members from Acoustic Sunday took to the stage to provide food for the soul throughout the event.

Band performing

Band performing

Beat boxing

Beat boxing

Why Food Revolution?

The man himself

The man himself

These days, the majority of the world’s population is more likely to die from obesity than from hunger. In fact, in America, more people die from diet-related diseases every year than drugs, alcohol, and war combined.

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That’s why Jamie Oliver and a group of like-minded individuals worldwide want to inspire change in people’s food habits and to promote the mission for better food and education for everyone.

One hundred percent of Food Revolution Day net funds raised go towards supporting food education projects for both children and adults through the Jamie Oliver Foundation in the U.S., UK and Australia.

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