Bryan is the project manager for team Sterling and their luxury pineapple chilli chutney Infusion doesn't go to plan when they begin work on their first batch.
Bryan ends up looking for a sick bucket after testing a sample of the produce and Lord Sugar's aide Nick Hewer is bewildered by the team's efforts.
"Too much chilli by a factor of three and what we ended up with was a vicious chilli chutney," says Hewer. "That means no samples will arrive because they can't send that lot out."
The production team's error means that Nick Holzherr is forced to pitch the chutney without any for buyers to taste.
"It was very embarrassing pitching without a product," he says. "I thought Duane and myself should be able to turn this losing team around but it's just not happening. It's very frustrating, it's a total shambles, it's fallen apart. I've got no idea what's going on at the factory but it doesn't sound great."
Meanwhile, on team Phoenix, Stephen Brady's enthusiastic plans for a new ketchup run into problems because of a spelling mistake.
Brady confidently names the product 'Belissimo', unaware he has misspelled the Italian word.
"They'd made the sauce and they had the samples and actually the deal was in their sights. What has let them down is the spelling and I'm just not impressed," comments Karren Brady.
"If you're going to ask a stockist to put your product in their store you have got to get it right."
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