Lifestyle, Culinary Travelogue Series is a co-Pro with TelevisaUnivision
Zee Plus, the co-production & development arm of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd, announced the first pre-sale to SBS Food Channel in Australia for the regional travel-cooking series, titled The Spice Trails: Latin America, currently in post-production with partner TelevisaUnivision. This program is the first co-production between India (Zee) & Mexico (TelevisaUnivision).
Spices are the hero in this distinctive series. Viewers are invited on an adventurous journey to discover unique spices found across several countries in Latin America. The series delves into the roots and the routes in search of a wide array of spices & herbs, their deep-rooted history, multifarious cuisine, and rich culture and traditions in a most entertaining way. Twelve 30-minute episodes feature Mexico, Guatemala, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, and Argentina and is shot in 4K UHD.
Ms. Sunita Uchil, Chief Business Officer, Zee Plus stated: “We are thrilled to announce our first pre-sale deal for The Spice Trails Latin America series with Australia’s SBS Food Channel. I am confident that their discerning viewers will enjoy this tantalizing tour of Latin America, showcasing the spices, food, and culture of the region. The series will be ready in November and ready for broadcast world-wide. This series lends itself to localization and we will be announcing other versions soon such as: The Spice Trails – Asia, Middle East, and Africa.” photo below
Ms. Alessandra Vodicka, Channel Manager, SBS added: ““At SBS Food, we strive to celebrate cuisines and communities from all over the world. We’re thrilled to work with Zee Plus to bring a new show to our Australian audience, that explores the diverse and delicious topic of spices found in Latin American. The Spice Trails: Latin America is an exciting series for us, as it showcases a region of the world less travelled by many Australians, and uncovers the distinctive world of spices, their flavours, uses and importance in many countries in Latin America. We look forward to showing this series on SBS Food in 2023 and look forward to working with Zee Plus on more food projects in the future.”