HUDDERSFIELD woman Judith Waters has been taking tips from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver on how to promote healthy eating.
Judith met the TV chef as part of training for her job as a food adviser at Sainsbury's Shore Head store.
Her job involves working with schools to help develop healthy school meals.
Judith also works with children to educate them about food and help them develop lifelong healthy eating habits.
Jamie - who promotes Sainsbury's on TV and campaigns for healthier school dinners - spends four days a year with Sainsbury's food advisers.
Judith is pictured with some of the 51 other food advisers who met in Jamie's kitchen to watch as he cooked up a selection of simple, healthy meals for children.
Jamie also heard from food advisers about food improvements which have taken place in their local schools over the past year.
Judith said the session was very useful and had inspired her.
"Jamie came up with great, simple ideas that will work really well.
"I can't wait to try them with my classes."