Crops in all BBC programmes
What is the future for one of the world's most successful and controversial crops, soya?
Tim Hayward bites into Britain's growing chilli scene, from growers to expert eaters.
With coffee sales increasing Sheila Dillon asks what is actually in our daily cup?
Dan Saladino, longtime espresso-drinker, journeys into coffee's past, present and future.
Sheila Dillon tells the story of teff, an ancient grain for modern times.
A traditional cooking oil and a controversial food ingredient. What's up with palm oil?
Sheila Dillon explores the culinary uses of rapeseed oil.
Sheila Dillon asks whether we should avoid buying foods containing palm oil.
Dan Saladino reports on a rare, violet-coloured onion from The Basque region in Spain.
Coffee prices are at a 30 year high. Sheila Dillon traces the money along the supply chain
Dan Saladino discovers a global movement rethinking our most widely-grown food crop, wheat
Sheila Dillon looks at how convenience mangoes have kept us from their true exotic flavour
The incredible story of one farmer who is trying to change the way we produce our food.
Why the global future of strawberry production is hanging by a tendril.