Ministry of Food day is class act for Leeds schoolkids

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CHILDREN at a Leeds primary school learned out to make tasty and healthy snacks when Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day came to the classroom.

The celebrity chef’s Ministry of Food team dropped by Richmond Hill Primary School yesterday to teach children how to make Rainbow Wraps from a selection of fruit and vegetables.

Oliver is on a mission to get as many schools as possible involved with the Ministry of Food project, which aims to arm people with the knowledge of how to make healthy, cheaper food.

 

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