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When is Food Unwrapped on?

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Food Unwrapped is on TV this week ...
Channel 4 HD 8:30pm Mon 23 Sep
Season 17 Episode 3 of
Jimmy Doherty investigates shock reports that changing sea temperatures mean squid and chips could one day replace fish and chips as our national dish, and heads to Thailand, where squid is a national obsession. Kate Quilton goes Down Under to find out about a surprising new meat coming into our supermarkets and Matt Tebbutt heads to Italy to find out how supermarkets can sell pesto at an affordable price when the traditional ingredients are famously expensive

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Channel 4 8:30pm Mon 23 Sep
Season 17 Episode 3 of

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Season 17 Episode 3 of

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More4 HD 3:25am Tue 24 Sep
Season 15 Episode 7 of 9
Jimmy Doherty sets out to learn how kippers are produced, and finds out why this nutritious smoked fish is no longer a breakfast favourite. Kate Quilton is in Germany to investigate gherkins, discovering a space-age machine that can pickle food in seconds. Matt Tebbutt and Helen Lawal try to discover why rice cakes are white when they are made of brown rice

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More4 3:25am Tue 24 Sep
Season 15 Episode 7 of 9

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More4 +1 4:25am Tue 24 Sep
Season 15 Episode 7 of 9

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More4 HD 3:15am Wed 25 Sep
Season 15 Episode 8 of 9
Jimmy Doherty investigates what makes fizzy sweets effervesce and swots up on his chemistry to see if he can harness their explosive power in a rocket. In Ireland, Kate Quilton finds out if a range of vitamin-enriched mushrooms could help the one in five Britons who lack vitamin D, while Matt Tebbutt explores claims that raw kale may be bad for people's health

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More4 3:15am Wed 25 Sep
Season 15 Episode 8 of 9

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Season 15 Episode 8 of 9

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More4 HD 3:30am Thu 26 Sep
Season 15 Episode 1 of 9
Jimmy Doherty finds out if eating too many poppy seeds could make him fail a drugs test, Kate Quilton learns the consequences of tipping waste cooking oil down the drain, and Matt Tebbutt has a Sicilian bake-off with an increasingly popular ancient grain bread

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More4 3:30am Thu 26 Sep
Season 15 Episode 1 of 9

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More4 +1 4:30am Thu 26 Sep
Season 15 Episode 1 of 9

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More4 HD 3:10am Fri 27 Sep
Season 15 Episode 2 of 9
Jimmy Doherty travels to Turkey to investigate oregano, Kate Quilton examines the worrying rise in peanut allergies and Matt Tebbutt traces the British blackcurrant from the field to the Ribena factory

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More4 3:10am Fri 27 Sep
Season 15 Episode 2 of 9

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More4 +1 4:10am Fri 27 Sep
Season 15 Episode 2 of 9

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More4 HD 3:20am Sat 28 Sep
Season 15 Episode 3 of 9
Matt Tebbutt investigates concerns about levels of naturally occurring arsenic in baby rice products, Jimmy Doherty examines Marks & Spencer's claim that they can trace all their beefburgers back to the cow, and Kate Quilton find out whether a parasite could be hiding in sushi. Programme exploring the secrets behind mass-produced food, meeting technicians, scientists, factory owners, growers and producers to find out exactly what goes into the groceries that end up on the supermarket shelves

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More4 3:20am Sat 28 Sep
Season 15 Episode 3 of 9

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Season 15 Episode 3 of 9

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More4 HD 3:20am Sun 29 Sep
Season 15 Episode 4 of 9
Jimmy Doherty visits Sri Lanka to reveal the extraordinary lengths to which manufacturers go in order to split red lentils, and asks why they bother with this process. Kate Quilton learns why the way tea is drunk can affect its taste, and Matt Tebbutt finds out the difference between bubblegum and chewing gum

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More4 3:20am Sun 29 Sep
Season 15 Episode 4 of 9

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Season 15 Episode 4 of 9

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More4 HD 3:25am Mon 30 Sep
Season 15 Episode 5 of 9
Jimmy Doherty is in the US state of Maryland to find out why soft-shell crab is such a delicacy, Kate Quilton asks what in nature provides the bright blue dye used in sweets and Matt Tebbutt reveals why there is jelly in pork pies and the lengths scientists go to in order to put it there

More4 HD
More4 3:25am Mon 30 Sep
Season 15 Episode 5 of 9

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More4 +1 4:25am Mon 30 Sep
Season 15 Episode 5 of 9

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4seven 4:30am Mon 30 Sep
Season 17 Episode 3 of
Jimmy Doherty investigates shock reports that changing sea temperatures mean squid and chips could one day replace fish and chips as our national dish, and heads to Thailand, where squid is a national obsession. Kate Quilton goes Down Under to find out about a surprising new meat coming into our supermarkets and Matt Tebbutt heads to Italy to find out how supermarkets can sell pesto at an affordable price when the traditional ingredients are famously expensive

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4seven HD 4:30am Mon 30 Sep
Season 17 Episode 3 of

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Channel 4 HD 8:30pm Mon 30 Sep
Season 17 Episode 4 of
A selection of the team's favourite investigations. Kate Quilton visits Haagen-Dazs to find out why some vanilla ice-creams are more expensive than others, while Helen Lawal heads to Tanzania to see the lengths vanilla farmers go to in the production of the natural flavouring. Matt Tebbutt travels to the Netherlands to explore the myth that Edam was once used as emergency cannon balls and Jimmy Doherty learns about an innovative solution to the problem of shellfish feeding on discarded plastic in the sea

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Channel 4 8:30pm Mon 30 Sep
Season 17 Episode 4 of

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Season 17 Episode 4 of

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More4 HD 3:20am Tue 1 Oct
Season 15 Episode 6 of 9
Kate Quilton investigates malt, revealing how one of the unsung heroes of the kitchen cupboard is produced, while Jimmy Doherty follows the trail from Russia to Ramsgate to discover why caviar is so expensive and Matt Tebbutt examines what goes into muesli

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More4 3:20am Tue 1 Oct
Season 15 Episode 6 of 9

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Season 15 Episode 6 of 9

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More4 HD 3:15am Wed 2 Oct
Season 16 Episode 1 of 6
The team returns to explore the secrets behind mass-produced food, meeting technicians, scientists, factory owners, growers and producers, finding out exactly what goes into the everyday groceries that end up on the supermarket shelves. Jimmy Doherty finds out how Sri Lanka is coping with a looming coconut shortage, while Kate Quilton discovers whether compostables could be the answer to worldwide plastic pollution problem, annd Matt Tebbutt is in Paris to learn why the macaron has such a hefty price tag

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More4 3:15am Wed 2 Oct
Season 16 Episode 1 of 6

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Season 16 Episode 1 of 6

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More4 HD 3:30am Thu 3 Oct
Season 15 Episode 9 of 9
Jimmy Doherty finds out just how baked our baked beans are in the US. Kate Quilton asks why stinky cheese smells so bad but tastes so good, and Matt Tebbutt heads to France to get the skinny on diet champagne

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More4 3:30am Thu 3 Oct
Season 15 Episode 9 of 9

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Season 15 Episode 9 of 9

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More4 HD 3:05am Fri 4 Oct
Season 16 Episode 2 of 6
Kate Quilton learns about a potentially life-saving property of discarded shrimp shells and Matt Tebbutt investigates why people cannot seem to get enough of salted caramel. Plus, Jimmy Doherty explores the price differences between fresh and frozen pizzas in supermarkets

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More4 3:05am Fri 4 Oct
Season 16 Episode 2 of 6

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Season 16 Episode 2 of 6

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More4 HD 3:25am Sat 5 Oct
Season 16 Episode 3 of 6
Kate Quilton uncovers something surprising about small hen's eggs, Matt Tebbutt tracks down where the bubbles in beer come from, and Jimmy Doherty investigates why supermarket burgers should not be eaten when the meat is still pink

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More4 3:25am Sat 5 Oct
Season 16 Episode 3 of 6

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Season 16 Episode 3 of 6

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