Goes behind the scenes to show us how our favorite foods were developed and are manufactured. Each show is usually grouped around a theme (Halloween, snack foods, candy, etc.), and tours of... See full summary »
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Goes behind the scenes to show us how our favorite foods were developed and are manufactured. Each show is usually grouped around a theme (Halloween, snack foods, candy, etc.), and tours of the factories that produce Twinkies, Lemonheads, beef jerky, and so on are shown. Written by Mike Konczewski

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Another commercial candy coated as a show.
4 February 2005 | by (Orlando, Florida) – See all my reviews

This show makes me hungry. It's supposed to, of course, being that while you may be intrigued about the behind-the-scenes look at secret to Campbell Soup's Chicken Noodle creations or the secret ingredient of Halls cough drops, you're really just being sold a commercial disguised as a television show, courtesy of the Food Network.

Marc Summers, former Nickelodeon gameshow regular, hosts a new type of food program. One that requires no chefs, no cooking instruction, and nothing more than a desire to go to the store (or the town for those local-produced foods) and buy exactly what it is you see in each show (duh! you're watching a half-hour commercial) Its only purpose: to expose something you didn't know about processed foods.


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