Jamie Oliver’s Punchy Jerk Rice didn’t go down well with a British politician of Jamaican heritage. Photo: SCMP

Chefs and cultural appropriation: Jamie Oliver not the only one in the firing line

British TV chef’s launch of a product whose name includes ‘jerk rice’ provokes pushback from a UK legislator of Jamaican heritage. It’s not the only example of chefs and retailers being accused of appropriating another culture’s food

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Jamie Oliver’s Punchy Jerk Rice didn’t go down well with a British politician of Jamaican heritage. Photo: SCMP
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