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After growing a fruit and veg stall into a successful restaurant supplier business Gregg went from Radio 4’s Veg Talk to one of the biggest shows on TV in MasterChef. Passionate about people knowing what food to buy rather than where they buy it from he’s also the co-host of Eat Well for Less? After dinner he reveals what happens when the MasterChef cameras are off (all the crew carry their own cutlery) and what questions about the show he’s asked the most.
Gregg Wallace is a writer, media personality, and former greengrocer. He is the co-presenter of MasterChef, Celebrity MasterChef, and MasterChef: The Professionals on the BBC. He began his career at Covent Garden Fruit and Veg Market, and then started George Allan’s Greengrocers, a multimillion-pound supplier with over five hundred restaurant clients. Based on his business success, Gregg was invited to co-present Veg Talk on BBC Radio 4 with Charlie Hicks. He was also the original presenter of Saturday Kitchen. Other TV projects include: Eat Well for Less, Inside the Factory, Turn back Time, Harvest, Supermarket Secrets and Who Do You Think You Are?
Gregg was then asked to co-host the revamped MasterChef programme. The show, in all three of its incarnations, has gone on to be one of the most popular shows on British TV. With versions in over twenty-five countries, it has been described as the world’s biggest food programme. Along with food and cookery shows Gregg has appeared on Countdown, to 8 Out Of 10 Cats, and had a brief run in Strictly.
Gregg’s books include Gregg’s Italian Family Cookbook, Eat Well For Less, and Gregg’s Favourite Puddings, and he shared his story in his autobiography Life On A Plate. After losing four stone, Gregg launched his fitness website Show Me Fit.
He received an MBE for services to food and charity.
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