Food Unwrapped – 14 January 2020 – 14/1/2020 – January 14 – Tuesday – Channel 4

Does Breakfast
Season 17, Episode 8
Food Unwrapped celebrates the great British breakfast with a look back at some favourite brekkie-based investigations. Jimmy Doherty traces the roots of baked beans back to the early settlers in America, and solves the puzzle of what kippers actually are. Matt Tebbutt delves into the surprising science behind why nuts always rise to the top of his muesli, and discovers how the same principle can save a skier’s life in an avalanche. Kate Quilton reveals the astonishing psychology of why we prefer tea in a mug than a disposable cup. And Helen Lawal uncovers the truth about the health risks of a bacon butty.

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About Food Unwrapped

What really goes into the food that you eat? That’s an important question that not everyone thinks about when doing the grocery shopping. `Food Unwrapped’ sets out to answer this question, as its team of hosts travel across the world to discover how popular food is mass produced. 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.

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