What really goes into the food that you eat? That’s an important question that not everyone thinks about when doing the grocery shopping. The programme tries to get answers from supermarkets and food producers, but when those attempts fall short, the team do whatever is necessary to find out. Heading inside factories, the inquisitive foodies meet scientists, factory owners, growers and producers to reveal information about food that is largely unknown to most people. Food Unwrapped. All 4 Subscription. Food Unwrapped Mar 9, Food Unwrapped Mar 2, Food Unwrapped Feb 24, Food Unwrapped Oct 7, Food Unwrapped Oct 14,
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Kate Quilton travels to Swaziland to find out how they get tinned grapefruit so perfect, and, in Finland, Matt Tebbutt discovers exactly what the bacteria are in Probiotics. Kate and Matt investigate the wax on our lemons in Spain and Thailand, and Matt gets the real story behind formed ham here in the UK. This episode explores how prawns are intensively farmed and discovers why there are often so few wild mushrooms in our wild mushroom soups. Kate flies to Thailand – the world’s biggest producer of farmed prawns – to get a sense of the scale of the industry, and Matt meets a professional wild mushroom forager in the woods of West Sussex. This episode explores the difference between green and black olives, and why not everything that goes into beer processing is listed in the ingredients. Matt travels to South Africa to visit one of the country’s largest olive orchards in the Western Cape, where he discovers that black olives are just riper green olives, but that both need a year’s soaking in brine to make them edible. In Spain, Kate is shown how mass production factories make super black olives found in pizza and salads.
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