What was your first-ever job? I had a Saturday job as a trained kids’ shoe fitter in Clarks in St Albans.

What was your worst job interview? Trying to feign interest in a development role creating hot food for service stations.

What was the first music single you bought? I don’t remember the first single but I do remember buying Now 37 from Our Price on St Albans High Street in 1997!

How do you describe your job to your mates? I spend my days making the healthiest, tastiest food for kids. My mission is to ensure that all children - and their parents - have access to fresh and natural food.

What is the most rewarding part of your job? I love receiving positive feedback from consumers, but seeing kids enjoying the meals I have developed tops everything.

What is the least rewarding part? We want our packaging to appeal, so making sure it all looks perfect is key. Sometimes, this can mean spending a very long time at the printers.

What is your motto? Treat others the way you want to be treated.

If you were allowed one dream perk what would it be? A never-ending supply of ice-cold Diet Coke.

What’s your favourite movie and why? Finding Nemo - I love the blowfish: he’s so cool!

What has been the most embarrassing moment in your life? When I was about seven, my mum forgot to pack my underwear for a holiday. My brother and sister called me “Knicker-less” (Nicholas) all week.

Do you have any phobias? Frogs - they’re so unpredictable and jumpy.

If you could pick a celebrity to join your staff who would it be and why? Miranda Hart - she could keep us all entertained with her endless amusing one-liners!

If you could change one thing in grocery what would it be? I would create a dedicated kids section in the chilled meals aisle so parents don’t need to traipse around the store to find fresh food for their kids.

What luxury would you have on your desert island? A super-slick full carbon racing bike and mile upon mile of smooth tarmac. Heaven!

What animal best reflects your personality and why? An elephant I never forget!

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