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(From Manchester Evening News)
Byline: don frame
IT'S enough to make Jamie Oliver proud - youngsters at a Manchester school know the dangers of junk food and are even learning to cook healthy options for themselves.
The TV chef has been back on the rampage, describing some children's diets as a "crime" and claiming 70 per cent of schoolkids' packed lunches are disgraceful and should be banned.
Now children at Chorlton High School have just become the first in the north west to sign up to the British Heart Foundation's Food4Thought campaign.
The campaign is spearheaded by a billboard ad showing a youngster drinking from a bottle of …