Feed a child, grow a business

Entrepreneurial parents have turned their goal of feeding healthy food to their kids into businesses, such as creating nutritious seasoning powders and baked goods

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Having to deal with children who are fussy eaters has inspired some parents to come up with their own healthy food - and make a business of it.

From turning protein-rich scallops into a seasoning powder to use instead of salt or stock cubes, to fortifying baked goods with rolled oats and chia seeds, these parents are sneaking vegetables and essential nutrients into food for little ones.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on April 15, 2018, with the headline Feed a child, grow a business. Subscribe