Be a Revolutionary

Why Me?

We all have a role to play when it comes to tackling childhood obesity. Jamie and his Food Revolutionaries are campaigning to reduce consumption of sugary drinks, make it easier to buy healthier foods, protect children from junk food marketing, provide clearer labelling, and empower children and adults through food education. With your help we can reach more people to make a real, everyday difference, and force governments and businesses to react and implement changes in policies and practices.

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What Can I Do?

It’s up to you! Change can start at home, simply by learning to cook a few nutritious meals and passing those new skills onto friends and family. Change can mean getting your kids in the kitchen, teaching them how to make good food decisions, or sharing regular home-cooked meals with friends and family. You can also advocate change at a community level by signing up to the Food Revolution, keeping abreast of all the latest news, and supporting Jamie and our partners’ campaigns in making our united voice heard. We can all make small changes to the way food is shared and advertised, and together, we will create a huge impact.

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Where Do I Start?


Become a revolutionary – get all the latest news straight to your inbox and share on social media.

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Check out Jamie’s Food Revolution breakfast recipes and fuel yourself for the day ahead!

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Get these downloads and join our kids’ Food Truth gang!

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Download our school’s kit to get recipes, lesson plans and activity sheets.

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Stay up-to-date and check out all the latest stories and events that focus on the issues we care about.

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Download our social media toolkit and join the #FoodRevolution conversation online.

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Want to go that step further? Join our incredible voluntary food ambassadors who promote good, nutritious food in their communities.

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