The ready meal after horsemeat, why it was good news for chilled but a problem for frozen.
How camping food can be much more than tinned food and bangers. Tim Hayward finds out.
Sheila Dillon explores our national passion for crisps.
Peter Curran investigates our compulsion to consume snacks and movies at the same time.
Sheila Dillon finds out how a fast food worker strike in the US is influencing the UK.
Sheila Dillon goes trucking and finds out what it's like to work, live and eat on the road
Frozen food has been a recession success, but can it muscle in on the premium market?
Dan Saladino explores how our changing taste in soft drinks is shaking up the big brands.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to Prof Graham MacGregor about his remarkable war on sugar and salt.
Sheila Dillon on the humble mac'n'cheese, a dish that crosses culture and classes.
Sheila Dillon asks if a 'health tax' should be placed on sugary soft drinks?
Sheila Dillon, Cerys Matthews and friends go camping to celebrate food in the outdoors.
Sheila Dillon asks if snacking is killing the tradition of three square meals a day.
The TV dinner, and other inventions from the same era, made a lasting economic impression.
The Silivri yoghurt festival celebrates Turkish artisan yoghurts. But are they dying out?