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TV chef Jamie Oliver may get into L.A.'s public school cafeterias after all

April 20, 2011 | 12:39 pm

Chef Jamie Oliver has been denied access to LAUSD's campus cafeterias. The food fight isn't over between British chef Jamie Oliver and the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Oliver and his "Food Revolution" reality TV show have been trying to get a first-hand look at the district's school cafeteria offerings -- and perhaps offer some advice on how to make their meals and snacks healthier -- to no avail.

Now, new Superintendent John Deasy, who officially began his job Friday, is reconsidering the decision of his predecessor.

Read the full story on The Times' Daily Dish blog: Jamie Oliver and LAUSD seem to be playing nice ... or at least nicer

RELATED:

L.A. Unified can't escape celebrity chef's drama

-- Mary MacVean

Photo: Chef Jamie Oliver has been denied access to LAUSD's campus cafeterias. Credit: Associated Press

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