Parent entrepreneurs: Helping parents win at weaning

Ms Jayina Chan, founder of Anya Meals, with her husband Aiman Majid and their children, Adam and Anya. PHOTO: COURTESY OF JAYINA CHAN
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SINGAPORE - When Ms Jayina Chan, 32, started weaning her daughter, Anya Arissa, now four, she could not find much information on the nutritional content of baby food.

"I believe that nutrition plays an important role, especially since the first 1,000 days of babies' lives are really important. This is where they have exponential growth in everything," she explains.

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