GUWAHATI, May 20: The Akshaya Patra Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation headquartered in Bengaluru, India has entered into a broad partnership with world-acclaimed chef Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, a global campaign that attempts to reform U.S. school lunch programmes, a release said. It further aims to shape the health and wellbeing of everyone, by providing access to the right information and to education around food, thereby creating a healthier and happier world. The release further stated that the Akshaya Patra Foundation commemorated the serving of two billion meals from its Guwahati kitchen today. This milestone was celebrated by serving wholesome and tasty meals to the students of Mrilanlini Devi Shishu Niketan, a beneficiary school of Akshaya Patra. Students, teachers and parents enthusiastically took part in the celebration. Students were also distributed Akshaya Patra caps. The entire event was captured and sent to Jamie Oliver, which was live streamed on his official Food Revolution Facebook page as a part of his on-going Food Revolution celebrations.
Akshaya Patra Foundation teams up with Jamie Oliver's food revolution