Setting up an international business was child’s play for former Whitburn Comprehensive School pupil Dean Brown.
Dean, 46, and wife Hilary Graves are the brains behind Little Dish, a range of fresh chilled meals for infants.
It was 10 years ago, when the couple were expecting their first child, Monty, that they became concerned about the quality and nutritional content of the food available for young children.
They decided to set up a business to cater for what they believed was a gap in the market.
“We wanted to start something up that was suitable for the nutritional and developmental needs of very young children,” said Dean.
The pair raised seed money from friends and family to establish Little Dish, which initially launched into just a…
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