Jamie Oliver's Better Food Foundation awards public affairs account to InHouse

InHouse Communications has been appointed to provide public affairs support to Jamie Oliver's charity.

Jamie Oliver
Jamie Oliver

The Better Food Foundation is aiming to increase engagement with politicians on its work in general and its Food Revolution Day, which takes place on 17 May, in particular.

InHouse has been awarded a nine-month retainer, formalising a working relationship that started from a recommendation. The account will be led by director Jo Tanner and senior consultant Stephanie Reeves.

Neil Lovell, CEO of the foundation, said: ‘As we approach our second Food Revolution Day, we believe it is the right time to extend the audiences with whom we are engaging.’

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