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Best recognised for his professional judging on hit BBC show Master Chef, Gregg Wallace began as a simple market trader in Covent Garden, selling vegetables as ‘George Allan’s Greengrocers’. Wallace built this franchise into a successful business, turning over £7.5 million annually. Gregg supplied fresh ingredients to some of the biggest names in cooking such as Gordon Ramsay, Michael Roux and Jamie Oliver. Gregg has built a small empire within the cooking world with his own chain of restaurants and vegetable companies, which has allowed him to keep a firm grasp on the industry in which he has become so respected. One of the UK’s favourite celebrity food icons, Gregg is always in demand to perform cooking demonstrations at food shows and exhibitions across the globe.
Gregg first became a figure within the celebrity cooking community after being offered the role of co-present Veg talk on radio 4 with Charlie Hicks. With addition appearances on Veg Out, follow that tomato and Saturday Kitchen on television; Gregg was very honourably offered the role of MasterChef with John Torode from 2005 moving forward. Gregg has been a vital part of several other spin-off shows including Celebrity MasterChef and MasterChef: The Professionals.
As a very respected chef, Gregg has appeared on The Graham Norton Show as well as Alan Carr’s Chatty Man. With a reputation of being of the highest standard, Gregg continues to build on his likability with his whit, charm and lovable personality. Gregg is one of the perfect guest speakers to consider as an appearance at your next event to talk about his career in the food industry or perform food demonstrations.
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