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Oliver was criticised for underestimating the cost of supposedly cheap food he encouraged poor people to prepare for themselves, also for an unrealistic view of poverty in Britain and round the Mediterranean.Cookery writer and poverty campaigner Jack Monroe stated that Oliver's comments "support damaging myths that poor people are only poor because they spend their money on the wrong things, rather than being constrained by time, equipment, knowledge or practicalities".at the time it was a controversial shake-up for students and parents, some of whom believed that the students should have a healthy option available, but still be given the choice as to what they want to eat.

In 2005, Oliver was widely criticised by animal rights groups for slaughtering a fully conscious lamb on his TV show, with PETA stating that it showed to the public problems with the methods used within slaughterhouses.The brand has been franchised globally and now includes branches in the UAE, Australia, Canada, Cyprus, Ireland, Russia, Turkey, Singapore and Hong Kong. In December 2009, Oliver received the 2010 TED Prize.In 2009 his chain of cooking school/delis called Recipease were opened in several locations in the UK including Brighton, Clapham and Notting Hill in London. Oliver hosted Jamie's 15 Minute Meals on Channel 4, which aired for 40 episodes in 2012.Oliver was reported to have admitted that he does not use supermarkets.He criticised Sainsbury's CEO Justin King when Oliver slammed the "junk" sold by supermarkets that ends up in the lunchboxes of millions of children.

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