Partnerships allow us to influence positive change at a scale we couldn’t achieve on our own. We consider each partnership alongside our 2030 strategy, with the aim of shifting the way the world eats, for good.
We work with fantastic franchise partners across six continents and six brands, operating on the high street, in major travel hubs, in corporate workplaces and in educational spaces.
Giving Britain's busy motorists a variety of healthier and tastier food choices.Read more
The Jamie Oliver Group has joined forces with Tesco with the ambition of making it easier for the nation to eat well and live healthier lives.Read more
Jamie and leading Australian supermarket Woolworths have worked together since 2013.Read more
Penguin Random House UK has been Jamie’s publisher since the phenomenon that was The Naked Chef.Read more
Jamie and Channel 4’s award-winning output has been inspiring millions of people to cook from scratch for more than 16 years.Read more
Jamie’s global distribution partner since 2002Read more
Jamie and Hotpoint’s partnership is based on a shared passion for taking care of family, friends and the planet, through food.Read more
Jamie and Aramark were pleased to announced a new 10-year partnership in 2018, focusing on revolutionising the way people eat at work and at school.Read more
We have over 60 international restaurants from Australia to Singapore, partnering with people who share our drive and passion.
Since 2015 Jamie and SSP have been delivering delicious food to busy travellers in travel hubs all over the world.Read more
Jamie has worked with Brand Loyalty since 2015.Read more
Jamie’s partnership with Viva is all about making cooking at home quicker and easier.Read more
Jamie joined forces with bamix® of Switzerland in 2018 to produce an exclusive immersion stick blender.Read more
Tefal and Jamie Oliver have worked together since 2003.Read more
Together, Jamie and Royal Caribbean can guarantee that cruise customers enjoy the best-quality ethically sourced food, no matter how far they are from land.Read more
Merison and Jamie Oliver are committed to inspiring happy homes and encouraging healthier lifestyles.Read more
Established in Australia in 2010, The Good Foundation promotes good health and nutrition, primarily using Jamie’s Ministry of Food programme.Read more
Jamie has enjoyed an innovative partnership with Fiddes Payne for several years – creating tasty, nutritious, convenient food products.Read more
Like Jamie, the charity Food for Life believes every child has a right to good, healthy school food, and that food poverty can be a thing of the past.Read more
Jamie’s long-standing partnership with DKB has seen them produce a large range of bakeware, utensils, kitchen storage and prepping tools.Read more
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