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Inside the Factory

Inside the Factory

BBC Two 2015

Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey get exclusive access to some of the largest food factories in Britain to reveal the secrets behind food production on an epic scale.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Inside the Factory

Inside the Factory - S3E6

#1 - Soft Drinks


Season 3 - Episode 6

Gregg Wallace explores Ribena's Gloucestershire factory, which turns 90 per cent of Britain's blackcurrants into soft drinks, producing three million bottles a week. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey is harvesting the berries on a 543-acre farm in Kent - one of 40 that supply the factory. Plus, historian Ruth Goodman investigates the origins of fizzy drinks. Last in the series.

The episode was rated from 11 votes.

Inside the Factory - S5E8

#2 - Soup


Season 5 - Episode 8

Gregg Wallace is in Wigan at an enormous soup factory, where they produce more than two million tins a day.

The episode was rated from 8 votes.

Inside the Factory - S1E1

#3 - Bread


Season 1 - Episode 1

Gregg Wallace, Cherry Healey and Ruth Goodman look at the production, science and history of bread in Britain.

The episode was rated from 20 votes.

Inside the Factory - S5E4

#4 - Mattresses


Season 5 - Episode 4

Gregg Wallace is in Leeds at an enormous mattress factory that produces 600 bouncy beds every day. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey learns whether there are benefits to be had from taking an afternoon nap.

The episode was rated from 21 votes.

Inside the Factory - S4E2

#5 - Toilet Roll


Season 4 - Episode 2

Gregg Wallace explores the Manchester factory that produces 700,000 toilet rolls a day. He begins with 940 miles away in Sweden where the raw materials, wood, is harvested from a sustainable forest of one billion spruce trees.

The episode was rated from 13 votes.

Inside the Factory - S4E4
#6 - Curry
Season 4 - Episode 4

Gregg Wallace explores the Nottinghamshire factory that makes 250,000 jars of curry sauce each day. Meanwhile Cherry Hawley is in Guntur, the chili capital of India, where they sell 3500 tonnes of chili each day.

The episode was rated from 12 votes.
Inside the Factory - S4E9
#7 - Cheese
Season 4 - Episode 9

Gregg Wallace is in Gateshead at a cheese factory where they produce 3,000 tonnes of spreadable cheese every year.

The episode was rated from 7 votes.
Inside the Factory - S5E9
#8 - Liqueurs
Season 5 - Episode 9

Gregg Wallace is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory, where they produce 540,000 bottles a day.

The episode was rated from 9 votes.
Inside the Factory - S3E2
#9 - Pasta
Season 3 - Episode 2

Gregg Wallace is at the world's largest dried pasta factory in Italy where they produce 150,000 kilometres of spaghetti each day. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey is discovering why the best pasta is made with durum wheat, and Ruth Goodman discovers that the product arrived in Britain much earlier than many would imagine.

The episode was rated from 18 votes.
Inside the Factory - S3E4
#10 - Fish Fingers
Season 3 - Episode 4

Gregg Wallace visits a factory in Grimsby that produces nearly 80,000 fish fingers a day. He discover how frozen fish is brought to the factory in compressed blocks that weigh 7,484 kilos, and has to remain frozen through every stage of the manufacturing process. Cherry Healey travels to Iceland to find out how cod are caught and prepared for the factory, and Ruth Goodman discovers the origin of fish fingers.

The episode was rated from 13 votes.

Last updated: jan 13, 2021



Well this has become a mess. There is no series 6 at all and other episodes are duplicated... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inside_the_Factory

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