If you want to get involved in the food and drink business, or already are, and think you have what it takes to impress Gordon Ramsay then applications are now open for a new BBC TV show.
‘Exciting and innovative new food and drink businesses’
The show, which has a current working title of Gordon Ramsay's Future Food Stars, will feature multi-Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay on the hunt “for the UK’s most exciting and innovative new food and drink businesses,” explains the BBC’s show page.
This brand new series, which will air on BBC One, will see Ramsay put a group of food and drink entrepreneurs through a series of challenges which are inspired by his own career.
The application form says, “You may have an idea in development, in early production or trading.
“It might be a product, a piece of tech, a food stall or truck…or something completely new. Whatever your level of experience, if you have a brilliant idea and the drive and passion to succeed, Studio Ramsay wants to hear from you.”
The show is produced for the BBC by Studio Ramsay
Whoever impresses the notoriously feisty chef the most will then win a life-changing opportunity.
What experience do I need to have?
People of all experience levels can apply - you may have worked in the food and drink industry for years, or you may be just starting out with a great new concept.
“Whatever your level of experience, whether you are a trained chef or not, if you have a brilliant idea and the passion and drive to succeed, Studio Ramsay wants to hear from you,” states the application page.
Who can apply?
Applicants must be 18 years of age and over.
How can I apply?
To apply, fill in the online application form on: bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/take-part/gordon-ramsay-food-stars
Alternatively, email [email protected]
When is the application deadline?
The application deadline is 27 March 2020.