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With any luck, Jamie Oliver will do away with liquid cleanses and protein bars as meals.

The Emmy-winning Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution will be back for a second season — and this time the British chef's taking his anti-obesity crusade to Los Angeles.

ABC, which announced the show's return Thursday, calls Los Angeles "his biggest challenge yet" — even though last year he faced kids in Huntington, W.Va., who had trouble differentiating tomatoes from potatoes.

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Food Revolution's first season followed Jamie Oliver as he attempted to improve school lunch programs in Huntington, America's unhealthiest city in 2008. After four months, he got the schools making fresh meals on the premises and rid the cafeterias of flavored milk.

Last month, the series won an Emmy for outstanding reality program.

Filming on Season 2 will begin in winter for a premiere next year. 

In its first season, Food Revolution led Friday prime-time ratings among key adult demographics. The show averaged 5.5 million total viewers.