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Los Angeles schools say ‘no’ to Jamie Oliver's ‘Food Revolution’

Jamie Oliver, the British celebrity chef, won't be cooking another course of his reality TV show in Los Angeles schools.
/ Source: The Associated Press

Jamie Oliver, the British celebrity chef, won't be cooking another course of his reality TV show in Los Angeles schools.

FILE - This March 23, 2010 photo shows Jamie Oliver as he leaves a taping of \"The Late Show with David Letterman\" in New York. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)Charles Sykes / SYKEC

The filming permit for the celebrity chef's ABC series "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" was terminated this week, said Los Angeles Unified School District spokesman Robert Alaniz. He said Oliver had been filming for two weeks at one school but the decision was made to ban him from others because he failed to submit a proposal about his plans to officials.

A spokeswoman for the network said production on "Food Revolution" would continue.

The first season of the show featured Oliver attempting to revolutionize the eating habits and food policies of Huntington, West Virginia.