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Entrepreneurs aim for a bigger slice of the pie

Two young entrepreneurs with a taste for the finer things in life are making a healthy living from their vegan pies.

Tom Morgan from Neath and Emyr Harris from Glynneath, both 33, use their base at Sandfields Business Centre, Port Talbot, to make the pies and then sell them to clamouring customers at food markets all around the UK.

With tongue-in- cheek names like Swedey Todd and Drunken Mushroom the pies go down a storm with those who will not eat any animal products and the pair want to grow their business even more.

They said: “We have no aspirations of being a multi-national corporation although we would like to take the business to a higher level.”



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