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Baby food for thought

So far it has been very successful. Working mums, whether employed in the home or outside are busy, but want to give their children the best and most nutritious food they can, Kate says.

"So we provide kitchen equipment which can make life much easier."

Kate said that she was a stay-at-home mum after she had her first child, Charlie (now 4), but when her second son Jack (2) was born, she realised she wanted to be be able to work part-time and the best option would be to work from home. Her third child is due in March.