BBC One’s Eat Well for Less is returning for an eighth series — and producers want people from Bristol to take part.
The show sees Diversity dance star Jordan Banjo — who has replaced Gregg Wallace — and greengrocer Chris Bavin help families across the UK to save money and sort food facts from fiction.
A spokeswoman for the series told Bristol Live: “We are looking to represent the whole of the UK and will consider all applications.”
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Producers are on the lookout for families, households and groups of people who work and eat together to be involved.
The spokeswoman said: “Do you spend far too much on your weekly shop? Perhaps you’re desperate to save but under pressure to keep providing the household favourites?
“Or do your health requirements affect your diet? Are you in need of some new inspiration?
“Are you battling with fussy eaters, repetitive uninspiring meals and food shopping chaos? Or maybe you are just bored of buying and cooking the same foods every week?
“We’re looking for families / households/ communities who want to find out how to save.”
The show has a prime time slot, with the last series airing at 8pm every Thursday.
Anyone interested in applying or finding out more can call 0117 970 7632 or email [email protected] Contact can also be made via the series’ Facebook page and Twitter at @EatWellForLess.
“Any information which you give RDF Television will be processed in accordance with their Privacy Notice, a copy of which can be found here,” said the spokeswoman.
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