North West based Mumsome Foods donates a portion of sales to NSPCC Charity to help fight for every childhood
[GBnewswire, Wed Jan 06 2021] Just before the pandemic kicked in last year, DeepaVinay launched a home-based food business to introduce, for the first time in the UK, an age-old finger millet porridge recipe for infants.
During the festive season in December last year, Mumsome donated a portion of their profits to NSPCC Charity to promote a good cause involving children.
"We teamed up with 'Work For Good' to contribute a fixed portion of all our sales to NSPCC, which works hard to make our communities safer for our children. We've been bowled over by the kindness of our customers who supported us during the festive period to make this campaign a huge success," beamed Deepa.
Mumsome'sjourney started when Deepa's son was born prematurely in the winter of 2012. She had to discontinue her MSc Biotechnology course abruptly, although she did manage to complete successfully after a gap year. "I remember, as a child, I was fed finger millet porridge as a cereal for breakfast. So, I really wanted to give the same to my son as it's so rich and healthy. As soon as my little one was ready for pureed diet, I prepared finger millet porridge as a main source of nutrition," Deepa said.
Mumsome Foods UK website: www.mumsome.co.uk
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Deepa's recipes are published in the TOFS Charity 'The soft food recipe' book: