We Brits spend £13.6 billion a year tickling our tastebuds with sweet things. The Food Unwrapped gang take a closer look at some of our sweet treats. Kate Quilton cracks the curious case of why faux cherry flavouring in sweets doesn’t taste like the real fruit. Briony May Williams hits the baking trail to uncover how it is that ready-to-eat cookie dough doesn’t need baking. Amanda Byram finds out who put the hole in doughnuts. And Andi Oliver wants to know just how much honey there is in a honeycomb.