Jamie Oliver wants to be that premier May do more to limit junkfoodreclames
Jamie Oliver is very disappointed that prime minister Theresa May is no limits set on commercials for junk food and a ban on the selling of sweets at the checkout in supermarkets.
“A terrible miss from Theresa May. Unforgivable. She has all the children, all parents, everyone left in the lurch,” says the chef in an interview with Radio Times, reports The Guardian.
The 41-year-old Oliver is glad that the government May soft drinks heavier is going to charge to consumers discourage sweet drinks to drink.
“But beyond that, there is nothing. The same bullshit which is already twenty years not working,” says Oliver. The chef is committed with The Food Revolution in healthy eating for everyone, especially children, to make it accessible to.
The chef let us know that he is a possible invitation of the British prime minister will not turn: “Seems to me to be fine with her, but I don’t know if they see that, because I have nothing nice to say. Nothing!”