A woman who started a business making chutney in her kitchen is celebrating after securing a deal with a major supermarket chain.
Four years ago, Camille Ortega McLean, who runs a village shop in Northamptonshire, began making preserves and pickles as a sideline.
Initially it was a case of all the locals mucking in to help.
But now to meet the new order, she's had to take on extra staff, and is expanding into new premises.
She is hoping to double the number of people working for the business as it grows, and take on an apprentice.
For many small businesses, just surviving in the current climate, is a struggle.
But amid all the economic doom and gloom, Camille's story shows that hard work and entrepreneurial spirit can go a long way.