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In the final episode of “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” everything Jamie has accomplished unravels when he leaves Huntington.
Jamie places the burden of change squarely on the shoulders of Huntington High School students by asking them to choose between a lunch menu of processed junk food or fresh fare.
Jamie realizes the importance of moving beyond the schools in order to get the community of Huntington, West Virginia to rise up and start a major food revolution.
Jamie continues on his vital mission to convince the people of Huntington to change their eating habits and get fresh food into the schools.
Jamie Oliver takes one step forward and two steps back as his efforts to transform the school lunch program of Huntington, West Virginia’s Central City Elementary School.
Oliver heads to Huntington, West Virginia – which has been called the unhealthiest city in America – to start his new cooking initiative.
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