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Discovery Channel brings season 2 of ‘Food Factory’
MUMBAI: Discovery Channel is geared up to launch the second season of its popular food show ‘Food Factory’ that talks about the making of various food dishes.
The show takes food lovers on a journey to witness food production on a large scale by showcasing mega food factories around the world cooking up a storm. Premiering on 10 February, the new series will air every night at 8 pm.
The series will also explore every aspect of food preparation, right from technology to raw material to cooking process and packaging of dishes across the world. It will also uncover some secret ingredients that help the food take its signature taste.
Throughout the second season of ‘Food Factory’, viewers will also meet the brand ambassadors and factory employees who will recount the product’s history in American cuisine, touching on nostalgic elements in pop culture, as well as the product’s evolution over the decades.
Some of the episodes of the show include a discovery of how gooey-glazed donuts get blasted by an icing waterfall, while ice cream bars are given a chocolate bath; why health-conscious Korean astronauts take pickled kimchi into outer space; and the lengths that salt miners will go to put ‘white gold’ on people’s plates.
Besides, it will also showcase how a tangy ancient cheese once made by monks gets a modern makeover; crunchy fortune cookies packed full of good advice; how sweet, crispy waffle cones get their ice cream-ready shape; rich, dark chocolate milk is transformed from creamy to dreamy, discovering how modern technology has transformed the way traditional Indian flatbread is baked.