BBC One's hit show Eat Well for Less? is back and looking for households to take part.
We're on the hunt for families and households looking to save money on their food shop.
Is the cost of your weekly food shop spiralling out of control?
Perhaps you’re desperate to save but under pressure to keep providing the household favourite brands?
Or do your health requirements affect your diet?
Are you in need of some new inspiration?
Maybe you need help adjusting to a new financial situation?
Or are you just bored of buying and cooking the same foods every week?
MasterChef's Gregg Wallace and award-winning grocer Chris Bavin are on a mission to prove that it's possible for families to save money on their food budget without scrimping on taste and nutrition. They hope that by analysing the shopping habits of UK families, they can help to show where we can source the best and cheapest quality food.
We’re currently on the hunt for families and households to take part in our new series – so get in touch with the team today today to register your interest!
Eat Well for Less? is produced for the BBC by RDF Television
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Monday 30th September
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