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We're a nation of food lovers - but the cheaper and fresher it is - the more we love it! So what do you say to handpicked food for free?
Food foraging is becoming more popular, with those in the know taking a countryside stroll and coming home laden with ingredients.
As well as saving money it can also mean unique flavours. It's rumoured London's famous Ivy restaurant was so named after the head chef added the plant to his dishes.
So we sent Hannah Stokes to Hartington's cookery school in Bakewell, to discover the secrets of the Midlands landscape.
ITV News Central has been out in Derbyshire learning which foods you can forage for free, to save money and get some unique flavours.
Expert forager Chris Bax gives tips on staying safe when picking wild plants.
People across the region are saying they do not eat healthily because it is too expensive, according to new research from a UK health charity.
Nuffield Health has found more than a third of people in the West Midlands, and almost half of people in the East Midlands think healthy food costs too much.
Experts say the findings are concerning, and show that obesity is becoming 'the norm' in society.
Charities that provide food to the homeless say the tough economic climate means they are struggling to help those in need.
It comes at a time when Sikh community leaders are reporting an increase in the number of non Sikhs visiting their Gurdwaras or Temples for free food. Rajiv Popat reports.
The Sultan of Brunei has emerged as the major backer of a new Halal food business in the Midlands. They're planing to build a new factory making Halal ready meals.
Brunei is the fifth richest nation in the world - and the Sultan's government is looking for investments in case the oil and gas reserves run out - so they've come to Birmingham.