The 5th episode of the terrific new Channel 4 series, The Food Chain, will be coming to your TV screens next Monday 25th April at 8.30pm.

Food Chain

This time the programme follows the journey made by barley from Berwickshire and Shitake mushrooms from Lancashire. Where will the journey end?

Episode 1 followed the journeys taken by Kentish Bramley apples and salt from the Essex marshes, culminating in a spectacular dish served by the pastry chef team at The Ritz London. Along the way, the Bramley apples paid a visit to Fourayes Farm where they encountered our very own ‘Mad Scientist’. Other episodes can be viewed at the Channel 4 website for a limited time – click here to view the available episodes.

As an homage to this great British food series, and to keep our Mad Scientist calm, we decided that it was time to update the Fourayes video.

We take our work here at Fourayes very seriously indeed. So seriously, that we offer one of the most comprehensive ranges of fresh diced and sliced Bramley apple, fruit fillings, fresh and aseptic fruit purees, mincemeat, jams, curds and speciality fruit fillings. Added to that is our own unique Utterly Fruity product for those food applications where taste, flavour and texture need to survive vigorous processes. (It’s just as good where they don’t!)

You may, however, feel that we haven’t taken our video quite as seriously. We hope you like it nonetheless.

For those of a nervous disposition we’d like to reassure you that no Mad Scientists were harmed in the making of this video. So, with your fears now allayed, please enjoy our celebration of the English Bramley apple, Fourayes and, if you can spot him, our delightfully mad scientist!

Enjoy!

Phil Acock

Managing Director of Fourayes, vice-chairman of English Apples & Pears, Fruitician and Mad Scientist.

This time the programme follows the journey made by barley from Berwickshire and Shitake mushrooms from Lancashire. Where will the journey end?

Episode 1 followed the journeys taken by Kentish Bramley apples and salt from the Essex marshes, culminating in a spectacular dish served by the pastry chef team at The Ritz London. Along the way, the Bramley apples paid a visit to Fourayes Farm where they encountered our very own ‘Mad Scientist’. Other episodes can be viewed at the Channel 4 website for a limited time – click here to view the available episodes.

As an homage to this great British food series, and to keep our Mad Scientist calm, we decided that it was time to update the Fourayes video.

We take our work here at Fourayes very seriously indeed. So seriously, that we offer one of the most comprehensive ranges of fresh diced and sliced Bramley apple, fruit fillings, fresh and aseptic fruit purees, mincemeat, jams, curds and speciality fruit fillings. Added to that is our own unique Utterly Fruity product for those food applications where taste, flavour and texture need to survive vigorous processes. (It’s just as good where they don’t!)

You may, however, feel that we haven’t taken our video quite as seriously. We hope you like it nonetheless.

For those of a nervous disposition we’d like to reassure you that no Mad Scientists were harmed in the making of this video. So, with your fears now allayed, please enjoy our celebration of the English Bramley apple, Fourayes and, if you can spot him, our delightfully mad scientist!

Enjoy!

Phil Acock

Managing Director of Fourayes, vice-chairman of English Apples & Pears, Fruitician and Mad Scientist.

Watch the episode