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British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has offered the Prince of Wales the use of one of his recipes for charity.

The recently-created gingerbread recipe may become part of Prince Charles' Duchy Originals range of foods, the profits from which go directly to the Prince's Trust charity.

Oliver made the offer at a reception hosted by the prince at Clarence House for the cooks and headteachers of 60 schools. The event aimed to stress the importance of giving pupils healthy meals — the topic of Oliver’s “Jamie’s School Dinners” TV show and associated campaign.

The UK government have pledged to improve school meals following the campaign, and Oliver said, “In a a year or so we will review what’s happened.”

“We will study where the money’s gone. As usual with politics there’s a lot of detail involved. It has captured the public’s imagination and lots of good stuff’s happened.”

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