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Jamie Oliver has plan B for schools
Jamie Oliver may have a plan B for improving school food
Jamie Oliver has hinted that he is not finished with his battle to raise nutritional standards in schools and says there may be a "plan B" to change the stance of Education Secretary Michael Gove.
The TV chef and campaigner believes the Government has undone improvements and instead of continuing to raise standards, has actually gone backwards with the issue.
Jamie's Channel 4 series about school lunches led to new standards being introduced to ensure healthier food, but he has recently been at loggerheads with Mr Gove over the failure to extend the regulations to academy schools.
Speaking at the Taste of London food festival in Regent's Park, Jamie claimed that the Government's actions in relation to school meals are "dangerous".
He said: "Mr Gove, our head of education, has removed the nutritional standards which are incredibly important, I can promise you.
"Let's just remember: eight years ago there were no standards for kids' food in schools from the age of four to 18, 190 days of the year, and there was a humungous amount of standards for dog food. It was only eight years ago that we cared more about our dogs than our kids.
"Now Mr Gove has removed this. He's completely wrong. He's completely wrong and he's not budging yet, but he will."
Jamie's battle for improved standards does not appear to be over as he hinted that he will not be giving up.
"I also think it's dangerous. The biggest killer in this country right now is diet-related disease, bigger than anything else. The biggest cost to the NHS is diet-related disease. So, you know, maybe there's a plan B to kind of get him going. But we're not happy."
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