The sweet-tasting social enterprise that supports young people in need

Coventry-born Rosie Ginday had already trained as a high-end pastry chef, worked at a Michelin starred restaurant, taught English in Taiwan and opened a community vegan restaurant. At the age of 25, she wanted to combine her passion for food with a social enterprise business that supported young people. Ginday eventually hit upon macarons: the brightly coloured double-discs of light, crisp almond meringue.

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