Jamie Oliver wanted us all to join a global "Food Revolution" in order to encourage a debate to inspire a positive change in the way children access, consume & understand food.
Jamie Oliver wanted us all to join a global "Food Revolution" in order to encourage a debate to inspire a positive change in the way children access, consume and understand food.
He wanted more people to know about significant food issues and get as many people to take part in an important change to push governments to improve their food and nutrition policies.
The reason he believed something needed to be done now is because 41 million children under the age of five are overweight or obese, while another 159 million children are too short for their age.
To help promote this campaign, we drove a triple sided Digivan with video content of celebrities alongside Jamie Oliver to encourage the public to go online to sign a petition.
The Digivan followed behind Jamie’s tour bus, which drove throughout London. It caught huge amount of attention and started a media frenzy in the press and online.
The "Food Revolution" resulted in 1.7m people completing Jamie Oliver's petition with 1,329 retweets mentioning the day leading to #FoodRevolutionDay trending throughout the UK.
We want to shout about important food issues, encourage everyone to take part in impactful change, and push governments to improve their food and nutrition policies.
Number of people who signed the petition
Number of retweets on the "Food Revolution Day" and the hashtag #FoodRevolutionDay was one of the top trends on twitter that day
The video played on the Digivan went viral on YouTube
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