Some parents prefer to mash up freshly cooked food rather than buy jars or tubes of puréed baby food. But home puréeing can be time-consuming.
Tilly Beazeley, inventor of The Wean Machine was born in the Cotswolds and bought up in a village just outside Bath. Tilly began her work life in Scotland and after the sudden death of her father she headed home.
A total change of course led her to the start-up team of Dyson. Tilly worked in the customer care and service department, as the direct contact for all enquiries and issues; she worked with James, the engineers and a small team.
Always ambitious and keen to start a long term career and with a desire to learn more about the development of pharmaceutical drugs, which may have prevented her father’s death, Tilly started her career within the healthcare industry.
As part of a Contract Research Organisation, Tilly started at the bottom of the ladder, working hard, listening and learning, she progressively worked through and up the ladder, to finally become Director of International Business Development for Premier Research. In the middle of this aggressive career path Tilly had her son, Ted. When Ted was 16 weeks old, the issue of weaning arose and this is when she came up with the idea of The Wean Machine.
The Wean Machine makes fresh healthy baby food wherever you are. Fully self contained, easy to use, simply fill, squeeze and feed. No need to ever compromise what you feed your baby again. Straight from the table or fruit bowl, making baby food just got EASIER, HEALTHIER and CHEAPER!
Now you can make fresh healthy baby food in seconds without having to use large noisy liquidisers and blenders or worry about whether there are hidden additives or preservatives. Simply fill squeeze and feed. NO FUSS NO MESS NO NOISE! Teaching your baby what they are eating at the point of preparation and encouraging families to eat together. Fully self contained, it can be used at home or out and about making it ideal for holidays, travel and busy lives.
For more information visit www.theweanmachine.com