Jamie breaks the £150m mark

Jamie breaks the £150m mark

After shifting over £215,000 through the tills last week, Jamie Oliver has become only the second author to exceed sales of £150m since accurate records began.  

The celeb chef’s latest release, Everyday Super Food (Michael Joseph) sold 15,073 units through Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market in its first week of sale, topping the Hardback Non-Fiction chart and placing fourth in the overall ranking. Oliver has now sold 12,120,908 print units for £150,063,840.52 since first being published in April 1999.

Placed end to end, the books Oliver has sold would stretch almost 3,400km, or the...

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