Subtitles Food Unwrapped S06E07 – Pineapples, Chocolate, Mussel

Kate Quilton visits Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead, West Sussex, meets a former soldier whose burns are being treated with an enzyme extracted from pineapples. Meanwhile, Jimmy Doherty investigates how bubbles are put in chocolate bars, while Matt Tebbutt asks if there’s any truth in the folk wisdom that mussels should be eaten only when there’s an `R’ in the month.


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