The Los Angeles Unified School District has refused an offer to take part in Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.
In its first season, Food Revolution chronicled the British chef's attempts to improve school lunch programs in Huntington, W. Va. ABC announced last month that the second season would be filmed in Los Angeles, a city which Oliver called "his biggest challenge yet."
At the outset of the show, Oliver was met with heavy resistance in Huntington. Now, he's facing preemptive pushback in Los Angeles. In a letter written to the show's producers, LAUSD's director of partnerships in the superintendent's office Melissa Infusino said taking part in Food Revolution would be too time-consuming.
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