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Episode 7

Episode 7 of 8

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help families across the UK eat well for less. Gregg and Chris head to Buckinghamshire to help one mum tackle her supermarket phobia.

Chris and Gregg head to Amersham in Buckinghamshire to visit a former ballet dancer. Single mum Gabrielle proves to be the pair's biggest challenge to date, shopping up to three times a day, seven days a week and spending thousands. She's a shopaholic with a difference! Gabrielle isn't spending the big bucks because she loves doing it, this busy mum is doing everything she can to avoid a big supermarket shopping trip by going multiple times a day to small convenience stores, and daughter Zeeza is at her wits' end.

When the pair aren't on a food run, they're at home heating up microwave food, and avoiding home cooking. With the bills spiralling into the thousands, can Chris tackle Gabrielle's supermarket phobia? Plus can Gregg find a way of inspiring Gabrielle in the kitchen, reigniting her love of food? With a weekly spend of over four and a half times the national average, and a bizarre approach to food shopping, is this the one that finally breaks our dynamic duo?

58 minutes

Last on

Thu 23 Nov 2017 01:20

Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • 00:00

    Take That

    These Days

  • 00:01

    Sundara Karma

    Happy Family

  • 00:28

    Tom Odell


  • 00:33



  • 00:36

    Fetty Wap & Nicki Minaj

    Like A Star

  • 00:41

    Michael Bublé

    Today Is Yesterday's Tomorrow


Role Contributor
Presenter Gregg Wallace
Presenter Chris Bavin
Executive Producer Jo Scarratt-Jones
Series Producer Fiona Gay
Production Company RDF Television West


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