Ladies can now have a slice of Jamie Oliver in their home with his launch of his Jme range, as the celebrity chef gets in on the act of private shopping parties.
Demonstrating the products, which are not available in shops, his "pukkware" agents will come to your home explaining the collection as well as giving tips and ideas on fun ways to cook and present food.
Far from plastic containers however, Jamie offers stylish kitchenwares, many of which are used in his own restaurants. Party hosts receive see Jme freebies, 15% commission to use against items from the collection and you can build up Hostess Loyal Point.
Find out more about Jamie at Home partieshere.
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