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MasterChef’s Gregg Wallace coming to Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 11:06 20 November 2017 | UPDATED: 11:06 20 November 2017

Gregg Wallace is bringing his Gregg On Food tour to Ipswich in January. Picture: CHARLOTTE KNEE

Gregg Wallace is bringing his Gregg On Food tour to Ipswich in January. Picture: CHARLOTTE KNEE

Charlotte Knee

MasterChef’s Gregg Wallace will serve up some behind the scenes stories and more when he visits Ipswich Corn Exchange next year.

Gregg on Food, on January 26, promises an evening of anecdotes, culinary expertise and advice; complete with an audience Q and A after the show.

The ex-greengrocer turned writer and star of Inside The Factory, Supermarket Secrets and Eat Well For Less began his career in Covent Garden Fruit and Veg Market after leaving school aged 14. In 1989 he started George Allan’s Greengrocers, which led him to become co-presenter of Veg Talk on BBC Radio 4.

In 2002 the lifelong Millwall supporter became the original presenter of Saturday Kitchen.

He’s appeared on Follow the Tomato, Turn Back Time: The High Street and The Money Programme. He’s also presented multiple documentaries and TV series about the production and distribution of our food.

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