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Food Unwrapped

  • 2016
  • Season 9
  • 8 episodes
  • Documentary and factual
  • Food

Summary

Kate Quilton tries to unravel a mystery about Cornwall's most famous local delicacy, Jimmy Doherty visits a green bean plantation in Kenya, and Matt Tebbutt puts waste bread to good use.

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Episode 8: Food Unwrapped

Summary

Jimmy Doherty heads on the trail of an elusive fruit - the fresh date, visiting a vast water purification plant in Israel where the raw sewage of Tel Aviv is harnessed to turn barren desert into fertile farmland. Kate Quilton flies to California to investigate why almond butter is more expensive than other nutty spreads, where she discovers a combination of extreme weather and global economics have affected the price of almonds. Matt Tebbutt makes a surprising discovery about the true origins of haggis

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PresenterJimmy Doherty
PresenterKate Quilton
PresenterMatt Tebbutt
UnknownNicola Pointer
UnknownRob Butterfield
UnknownSandy Watson

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