Victorians gear up for arrival of Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen
Bendigo will be the first Victorian stop for Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen with local residents having the opportunity to participate in a community based cooking program built on Jamie’s beliefs about home cooking and healthy living.
Ongoing supporter of the program, Danny Clapp from The Good Guys Bendigo, says “It’s great that we are able to work with Jamie’s Ministry of Food to reward our loyal customers by giving them the opportunity to learn how to cook healthy, fresh meals in their own home. In fact, it’s a great way for the entire community to get involved and the team here at the store are also really excited!”
Over the course of two and a half years, the Mobile Kitchen will visit 11 prevention areas around Victoria. It will arrive in Bendigo on Friday 11th January 2013 after a brief visit to Federation Square in Melbourne’s CBD.
Gold Coast on the road to healthier future
Gold Coast residents are being encouraged to join the movement and get on board with Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen when it rolls into town in January.
Designed to teach Australian’s how to embrace home cooking and lead healthier lifestyles, Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen will operate a series of cooking classes commencing January 15, 2013.
Since the Mobile Kitchen launched in January 2012, The Good Guys Bundall, Robina and Helensvale has watched Jamie team inspire Queenslanders in Morayfield, Loganholme, Hervey Bay and Gympie to keep cooking skills alive and foster a love for healthy eating in the community.
Together, The Good Guys and Jamie Oliver are making a difference in Australia
The Good Guys know that cooking is an important life skill which everyone should learn. With the right sort of information and teaching, anyone can learn to cook.
Jamie’s Ministry of Food is nothing less than a food revolution.
The initiative has the potential to radically improve population health and social welfare of communities across Australia. It empowers people with the skills and knowledge to change their eating and cooking behaviour.
Jamie Oliver, one of the world’s most engaging chefs and food crusaders, has worked with The Good Foundation and The Good Guys to bring his Ministry of Food program to Australia.
The program aims to show you that anyone can learn to cook and that it’s fun, cool, can save you money and help you, your family and friends to live a healthier life.
For more information about Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia, visit www.jamiesministryoffood.com