Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars: When Manchester entrepreneur Steph Buttery is on TV with a BBC show

The soft drink business owner will be on screen battling it out with other food industry hopefuls as they try to secure a financial investment from the celebrity chef and TV personality.

Manchester businesswoman Steph Buttery to contest BBC show Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars

A Manchester entrepreneur will be on national television as she appears as a contestant on a show in which companies in the food and drink industry try to impress celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay.

Steph Buttery, who runs a soft drinks brand, will be on screens across the country as she appears on BBC’s Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars.

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The contestants will compete in the hope of receiving a major financial investment of £150,000 from Gordon, who is known for his feisty television personality as well as his cooking skills.

Here’s your guide to what program and when you should tune in if you want to see how Steph is doing.

When does Steph Buttery appear in Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars?

Steph will be one of 12 candidates who will be honored and will have to try to impress the chef whose restaurant group has amassed numerous Michelin stars.

The first episode will air on BBC One at 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 31.

There are eight episodes planned for the series.

What is the program and why does Steph appear on it?

The program will see a number of hopefuls from the food and drink industry face a number of cooking and business challenges before coming face-to-face with Gordon for a discussion of their performance.

The contestants will try to win a £150,000 investment from the famous restaurateur and TV personality.

Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars will see 12 contestants compete for an investment.

Steph says she signed up for the show to get out of her comfort zone and compete with other passionate business minds.

She is the founder of the Japanese-inspired sour soft drink brand Chu Lo, which she launched in 2019 after serving 12 years in the Royal Navy.

Entrepreneur Steph Buttery with some of his Chu Lo soft drinks

Following her passion for the unique Japanese flavors she enjoyed during her deployment to the Far East, Steph set out to create her own line of non-alcoholic, vegan, gluten-free and acidic beverages.

Chu Lo now has four flavors and has made deals with likes from YO! Sushi and Belong Gaming Arenas.

The company also began supplying outlets in the US and across the EU in February this year.

What did Steph say about going on TV?

Steph said: “I can’t wait for the show to launch and see the reaction from viewers. It was an amazing opportunity and I hope people are thoroughly entertained.

“For anyone thinking of applying, go ahead!”

Program hosted by a chef who has made a career in the kitchen and in front of television cameras

Steph will go up against the notoriously explosive TV personality Gordon Ramsay as she makes her bid for the prize money.

His global restaurant group has been awarded no less than 16 prestigious Michelin stars and currently holds seven.

But for many viewers, he’s as well known for his on-camera personality as he is for his high-end cooking.

He first rose to screen fame in the miniseries Boiling Point in 1999, and since then he’s brought his signature blend of strong language, rigor, quick temper and candor to shows. such as Hell’s Kitchen, Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares and The F Word.

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