Putting plums, prunes and prune juice to the test, Jimmy Doherty heads to King’s College London to make a concoction that will help keep people’s bowel movements regular. In Holland, Matt Tebbutt meets a Dutch pioneer who may have unlocked the secret to growing vegetables using sea water, which could change the lives of millions of people across the developing world, while Kate Quilton takes a close look at how much sugar is in cherry tomatoes, asking if the supermarkets are labelling them correctly.
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- Food Unwrapped S07E04 – Almond Butter, Fortified Wine, Onions A selection of previous investigations from the programme delving into the secrets behind mass-produced food. In Romania, Kate Quilton discovers how […]
- Food Unwrapped S06E07 – Pineapples, Chocolate, Mussel Kate Quilton visits Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead, West Sussex, meets a former soldier whose burns are being treated with an enzyme […]
- Food Unwrapped S08E05 – Coconut Oil, Artichokes, Absinthe Kate Quilton learns how coconut oil is extracted in Vietnam before heading to the English seaside, where she commandeers a mobile chip van to find […]
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A look back at a selection of investigations from the Food Unwrapped casebook. Jimmy Doherty […]