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Gino D’Acampo and Fred Sirieix are packing their bags for an epic new adventure, but this time they may have bitten off more than they can chew as they attempt to go green.

Food and travel is their passion, but they’re just beginning to realise that much of what they love…planes, cars and carnivorous delights come at a cost to the planet. So, on this trip, the wannabe green duo are trying to eat, sleep and travel as sustainably as they can whilst seeking out truly inspirational locations and people. Well, Fred is! The Ferrari-loving Italian may take a little more convincing.

Inspired by his children, Fred has genuinely become more eco-conscious and his concerns were accelerated by watching his beloved Europe burn in 40 degree temperatures this summer.

Therefore, he’s determined to re-educate, re-cycle and re-engineer his eco-sceptic sidekick in their own backyard. Can they green up their act and become fully petro-flexible modern men, while still enjoying la dolce vita on a rip-roaring food odyssey?

The duo will visit Austria, whose capital was ranked as the greenest city in the world in 2020, but which is suffering from melting glaciers and Croatian islands that are at risk of rising sea levels, all the while tracking down sustainable produce and immersing themselves in environmentally-friendly lifestyles, that we could all learn from.

Gino and Fred said: “We’re thrilled to be upcycled by ITV for another action-packed adventure and can’t wait to cook up some fantastic sustainable dishes whilst hopefully stirring up debate around these important issues. We might not come up with the recipe to save the planet but we hope to entertain, inform and inspire the audience to think about making changes in their own lives.”

ITV commissioner Nicola Lloyd said: “Gino and Fred have embraced their fair share of adventure over the years, but none more important than doing their tiny bit to save our planet … one organic vegetable at a time. Prepare for epic locations, mouth-watering food and a friendship that’s as durable as a reusable keepy cup.”

Joint Creative Directors Helen Cooke and David Harrison said, “We’re not sure Gino and Fred can solve climate change overnight, but we know they’ll have a few laughs trying and we’ll be with them every step of the way!”

Gino & Fred’s Emission Impossible will be executive produced by Charlotte Smith with Gavin Whitehead as showrunner.


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