A north Norfolk business has been featured in the latest episode of a factual TV programme. 

Jonas Seafood in Cromer appeared on BBC Two's Inside the Factory on Tuesday, hosted by MasterChef star Greg Wallace and presenter Cherry Healey. 

The episode explored how 500 million stuffed pasta parcels are produced in UK factories each year.

Cherry visited Cromer to discover the traditional fishing techniques that are still used to catch the crab used in best-selling raviolo products. 

Eastern Daily Press: The Jonas Seafood factory opened in 2013The Jonas Seafood factory opened in 2013 (Image: Antony Kelly)She spoke to John Davies who started fishing for them on his dad's boat 45 years ago. 

He uses traps that are baited with pieces of fish and left on the seabed for a couple of days to catch the crabs. 

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John said it is the chalk and flint seabed and the fresh, clean seawater that makes Cromer crabs "so special".

Eastern Daily Press: Presenter Cherry Healey visited the Jonas Seafood factoryPresenter Cherry Healey visited the Jonas Seafood factory (Image: PA)His crew hauls 300 kilos of crab in just one day which is then taken to the Jonas Seafood factory.

The site opened in 2013 and supplies a range of outlets with freshly prepared local seafood. 

Cherry explains how the crabs are cooked and the meat is removed from the shell at the factory.

They are then frozen and transported to another site in Borehamwood where the pasta is made. 

The episode is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.