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Food Network Canada presents this eye-opening series featuring food factories. Each episode offers a behind-the-scenes view of production lines across the country to find out how some of the most-popular food items are really made. Through the ingredients, techniques and required processes, "Food Factory" reveals how raw ingredients are turned into everyday eats. In what some call a fascinating world, the manufacturing and technology that is being used in factories simplifies how the country gets its food.

Latest episodes

aired 9 days ago
Potatoes; gum balls; hot chocolate; barbecue ribs.
aired 15 days ago
Spanikopita; ginger snaps; tartufo; apple juice.
aired 22 days ago
Crunchy chips; fav gulab jumun; almond biscotti; tofu.
aired 23 days ago
Ice cream cones; sodapop; pasta; chewing gum.

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