Gordon Ramsay’s new show will see the award-winning chef go in search of the next Food Star.
The Food Star will be someone who runs an innovative, up-and-coming food or drink business, in which the chef will invest £150,000 of their own money.
Gordon, who has received 16 Michelin stars throughout his career, is known for his roles in other TV shows including Hells Kitchen, Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back.
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But when will The Apprentice-style cooking show air on TV and who are the contestants?
Here’s everything you need to know:
Will Future Food Stars air on TV in 2022?
An official release date for Future Food Stars has yet to be announced, but it is reported that the show will air in the UK later this month.
Will the show be available to watch on BBC One?
Future Food Stars will air on BBC One on its release date and can be watched on catch-up via BBC iPlayer.
What is the show about?
Gordon has selected 12 of the UK’s top and promising food and drink entrepreneurs to compete for investment in their business.
The show will feature an ‘Apprentice’ style format as contestants compete for the £150,000 investment from the chef himself.
The show’s synopsis reads, “Gordon will push everyone to their limits through a series of relentless challenges that will test their character and business acumen.” The person who impresses her the most will win a life-changing investment.
Is there a trailer for Future Food Stars?
A trailer for Future Food Stars was released by the BBC on March 12.
If you want to watch the trailer, it’s embedded in this article.
Who are the competitors?
12 contestants will compete for the investment money.
Amit, 38, from Malvern Hills
Amit is a chef and pub/restaurant owner who has developed a range of authentic Indian sauces in small batches using family recipes.
Asher, 28, from Rhondda Valley
Asher is a public relations graduate who creates his own homemade jams that appeal to the youth market.
Bola, 46, from Hertfordshire
Bola is a 50s health coach and enthusiast who creates her own drinks using apple cider vinegar, fruit juice and sparkling water.
Jamie, 36, from Macclesfield
Jamie is a former Navy chef who decided to put his cooking skills to good use and open his own business showcasing his favorite ingredient: mussels.
Jen is a cocktail lover who decided to start her own bottled cocktail business after realizing that it could be very expensive trying to make her own cocktails at home.
Leah creates brownies for people with allergies or dietary requirements. She launched her business after discovering a gap in the market for homemade, dairy-free and gluten-free treats.
Matthew lives and breathes hospitality and believes now is the time to go it alone and open his first place with a zero waste ethic and social enterprise ambition.
Michelle, 45, from Abernethy, Perthshire
Michelle sells clootie dumplings in a range of flavors including rhubarb and ginger, chocolate orange and Irish cream liqueur, and strawberry and prosecco.
Steph, 30, from Manchester
Steph is a former Navy Lieutenant who was inspired by a sour alcoholic drink she loved while stationed in Japan and decided to create her own soft version to market to gamers and the gaming market. premium drinks.
Valentina, 37, from London
Valentina is known for her vegan cakes and she has created inexpensive and easy to make cake mixes. His vision is to make tasty vegan food an accessible option for everyone.
Victoria, 28, from London
Victoria graduated from a business school in London. As part of her business degree, she launched a line of healthy snacks inspired by her mother’s plantain chips.
Vincenzo, 27, from London
The Vincenzo brand is sustainable, artisanal, smoked (using only smoke and salt), hand-sliced smoked salmon in fully compostable packaging.