Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin try and help families up and down the country save money and time when it comes to doing their weekly shopping and cooking.

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Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-01-29

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Christopher “Chris” Bavin (born 1980) is a television presenter and fresh produce importer, known for co-presenting Eat Well for Less?, Food: Truth or Scare, and is one of the presenters on Tomorrow’s Food, all shown on BBC One.

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Since 2013, Bavin has co-presented Eat Well for Less? alongside Gregg Wallace. It is a factual BBC One show that helps families across the UK to reduce their shopping budgets without compromising on quality. Four series have been aired, with the latest being shown in autumn 2017. In February 2016, Bavin co-presented Food: Truth or Scare with Gloria Hunniford. The programme returned for a second series in February 2017. It was a health-medical BBC One documentary in which they examined the facts behind headlines and offer advice about which foods are healthy or harmful. From January to March 2016, Bavin presented Tomorrow’s Food alongside Dara Ó Briain, Angela Hartnett and Dr Shini Somara. The BBC One show looks at the cutting-edge technologies and produce appearing in farms, supermarkets, kitchens and restaurants around the world, and how this is transforming the way we grow, buy and eat our food. In February 2016, Bavin appeared as a guest panelist on the Channel 5 programme The Wright Stuff. In September 2016, Bavin presented an episode of The Truth About. This BBC One science documentary series tackled everyday issues that affect us all. Each episode featured different presenters and experts in their fields. Bavin presented the episode titled The Truth About Meat, in which he set out to understand whether certain claims about meat, linking it to cancer and heart disease, are justified. He will be a judge on BBC's Britain's Best Home Cook alongside Mary Berry and Dan Doherty. The series begins in 2018.

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