Wait, Jamie Oliver didn’t solve the nation’s obesity problem last time?

Apparently not. But you can’t fault the British celeb chef for trying. ABC has given a second-season order to “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” which returns later this season on the network.

This time out, Oliver will target us fatties here in Los Angeles, where he will apparently “take on his biggest challenge yet.” Sorry Jamie, we’re not putting down our carnitas tacos.

Pick up comes after “Food Revolution” won the 2010 Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality Program. ABC has ordered six episodes.

“Food Revolution” follows Oliver as he looks to combat obesity in this country, noting that this generation’s crop of porkers are not expected to live as long as their parents.

Season one of “Food Revolution” took place in Huntington, West Virginia. Show performed well for the Alphabet net, winning its slot in all key demos.

Fresh One Prods. and Ryan Seacrest Productions are behind the show; Oliver and Seacrest serve as EPs.