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ChefVille Celebrates the Real Food Movement with Chef Jamie Oliver

by on November 1, 2012

Starting today, world-renowned chef Jamie Oliver, founder of the Food Revolution, is going to be cooking up a very special guest appearance in ChefVille – helping players whip up savory, guilt-free deliciousness that is sure to taste as good as it looks.

For the next two weeks, Jamie’s passion for sustainable, fresh cuisine will take center stage in ChefVille as he leads players on a series of quests focused on fresh ingredients, gardening and cooking up nutritious, satisfying food.

Players will also have the opportunity to contribute to the real food movement by purchasing a ChefVille charity pack that includes limited edition virtual goods. Zynga and Facebook will donate all proceeds from the charity pack purchases to Jamie’s global charities* that work to share the power of food education to help everyone make better food choices for a healthier life.

Join the Revolution today and help Jamie Oliver in his quest to support real food by playing ChefVille at https://apps.facebook.com/ChefVille or on zynga.com. You might even pick up a few kitchen tricks along the way!

Jamie Oliver’s global charities span three continents through the inspiring food education projects outlined below. The funds raised through Jamie’s ChefVille promotion this November will go directly to these projects sharing the power of food education and helping people everywhere make better food choices for a healthier life.

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UK –The Better Food Foundation, a food education charity registered in England and Wales (no. 1094536) oversees three UK projects, the Fifteen Apprenticeship Programme, Ministry of Food andthe Kitchen Garden Project.

USA – In the U.S., the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization, works to bring food education to schools and youth groups, businesses and communities through raising awareness,meaningful partnerships and hands-on training.

AUSTRALIA –In Australia the Ministry of Food works in partnership with The Good Foundation to bring hands-on cooking skills to local communities.

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