Eat Well For Less

Your Chance To Appear on BBC’s “Eat Well for Less?”

Eat Well For Less

Eat Well For Less

Cookery and lifestyle TV show ‘Eat Well For Less’ Is returning to our screens after a successful second series and this time you could be the star.

BBC One are looking for families to take part, who are desperate to reduce the cost of their weekly shop and try a range of new and healthy food options to add some excitement and variety to their daily meals.

During the course of the series Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace and award winning grocer Chris Bavin helped families and households to reduce their weekly food bill and cut waste through practical shopping advice and simple to follow recipes.

The last series was watched by over 5 million people and we managed to save our families thousands of pounds by making simple changes and challenging perspectives on value brands and packaging.

Through food swaps, taste tests and investigations, Gregg and Chris help families to shop around for a better deals and create meal plans to help reduce the amount of waste and save the families thousands of pounds per year.

Working with a dietitian, families can receive help with feeding their children healthily on a budget and tips on switching sugary snacks for healthier alternatives.

Whether you lack time to search for bargains, feel under pressure to buy household brands or need help shopping for a new diet or financial situation, the team from ‘Eat Well For Less’ can help families to save as they shop and learn some new cooking tips.

To find out more information visit: www.facebook.com/EatWellForLess or to apply for the show, call: 0117 970 7670 or email: eatwell@rdftelevision.com

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5 Responses to Your Chance To Appear on BBC’s “Eat Well for Less?”

  1. Richard Arnold August 4, 2018 at 10:54 am #

    Hi
    My name is Richard Arnold I love watching your program which I find is the best on tv for a person in my position
    During my working life I worked long hours and in the forces was away for sometimes long periods so it was left to my late wife to do most of the cooking
    When she died I like lots of other men in my position had to cook with out the knowledge that my wife had built up on the best things to eat and how to cook them plus the problem of eating freash food when the supermarkets are geared to minimum of two when packaging foodstuff
    I would like to take part in your program to help the thousands who are in my position and who are coping but could do with a little bit of advice
    Regards
    Richard

    • theflexitarian August 10, 2018 at 2:13 pm #

      I think a lot of people find themselves in the same situation as you do. Not sure if you can still apply for the show. Do try the contact details at the end of the post. Good luck. Annabelle

  2. Raj Bangerh May 30, 2019 at 8:22 pm #

    Hi Gregg and Chris
    I watch Eat well for less and enjoy it very much. However I would like to comment that as a shopper I try my up most to consider both food cost, meals and nutritional value.
    Therefore I have changed the way I shop n cook for many years now as well as constantly looking at new ways to improve mine and my family’s diet.
    I would like to say that I think I have a good routine when it comes to both savings money and getting the most of my meals. I always plan meals and can do this up to 2 weeks ahead. I can also cook up to 3/4 meals from scratch every week. I cater for both meat n lacto vegetarians meals! I live cooking.
    So I’m trying to say as much as your program is about teaching people to re-evaluate their shopping habits and diet! I think I’ve already on my way to the ultimate answer to this.
    Please don’t feel I’m patronising your show or your values as I feel it’s an important lesson for people to learn and carry on. But if you were to ever make a program called “I do eat for less” then I would like the opportunity to put my perspective forward on this idea!
    Good luck and hopefully hear from you soon.

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