British singer Mica Paris and celebrity chef Jamie Oliver are teaming up for a new campaign to rescue the family dinner.
The star pair was shocked by a recent poll that revealed less than 50 per cent of British families eat together once a week.
So they've thrown their weight behind Sainsbury's Magazine's Sit Down Sunday campaign, which is encouraging families to get together for a regular weekly meal.
The May (10) edition of the supermarket magazine features a heart-felt plea from Oliver - stressing the importance of using a weekly dinner as "catch-up time" for families.
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