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Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia announce inaugural food partnership
  • 24 Sep 2013
Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia and The Good Foundation, today proudly announces their first food partnership with the Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon producer, Huon Aquaculture.
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Prime Minister Gillard and more support Jamie's Food Revolution Day
  • 16 May 2013
  • FRD
Jamie is calling for Australians to participate in his annual Food Revolution Day, taking place this Friday 17th May in an effort to create more awareness of real food and food education. Food Revolution Day is a movement that allows people who love food to come together to share information, talents and resources and also to pass on their knowledge and bring food skills to life, all in an effort to improve long term health.
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Jamie's Food Crusade reaches Geelong
  • 4 Oct 2012
  • VIC
Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food, the first Victorian centre, opened its doors in Geelong today. An excited Jamie couldn't make it in person, yet he was there in virtual spirit and sent a huge shout- out to the Geelong community via video message. 4th OCTOBER 2012
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First Australian Ministry of Food Centre opens in Ipswich
  • 14 Apr 2011
  • QLD
Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food, the first Australian centre, opened its doors in Ipswich, Queensland today. Thanks to The Good Guys, the QLD State Government and The Good Foundation, the community-focused program will inspire people to get back to basics in the kitchen. 14TH APRIL 2011
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Join the Movement - Keep Cooking Skills Alive!
  • 9 Sep 2010
Jamie's Ministry of Food Australia will launch a new initiative today in The Good Guys stores nationally. The "Join the Movement" campaign is designed to garner the support of 100,000 Australians and ultimately the federal government.

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