Monthly Archives: August 2010
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Subscribe to receive The Good Foundation newsletter and progress updates on Jamie’s Ministry of Food. If you would like updates on our newest Centre openings – Wetherill Park, NSW or our Pop-up in Noarlunga, SA – please select the State … Continue reading
Inspiring a Healthier Australia – Study Results Download complete Study Results here Please click on the links below to view the media releases. The Good Foundation welcomes bold move from UK Government to introduce new sugar levy – time for … Continue reading
A Ministry of Food Centre is a place where everyone aged 12 and over, regardless of gender, ethnicity or background, can learn basic cookery skills in a friendly, supportive and fun environment. Participants learn through practical hands-on cooking classes that … Continue reading
We’re getting too fat Health experts warn Australia is one of the most obese countries in the world per capita. Around 7 million Australians are overweight or obese*. And it’s affecting our kids, too. *Source: National Preventative Taskforce 2010; Taking … Continue reading
Jamie’s Ministry of Food aims to educate, empower and inspire people to love and enjoy good food, learning how to cook, understanding where it comes from and recognising the power it can have on health, happiness and finances. The Good … Continue reading
We advertise all available positions here on this page, so please keep checking regularly. You can also like us on Facebook for regular updates! If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at one of our Jamie’s Ministry of Food Centres or … Continue reading
Jamie’s Ministry of Food will require the vital support of Volunteers and it’s a great way of getting involved if you believe in the campaign and already know how to cook. Volunteers do not lead a class, however, they are … Continue reading
If you want to see a Jamie’s Ministry of Food Centre or Mobile Kicthen near you, write a letter to your local Council and MP and tell them that you want to see one of these in your local area.