I'M KRAUT; Scots mum takes her pickling business to the Dragons' Den.
Byline: JOHN DINGWALL firstname.lastname@example.org
A SCOTS supermum has risked the wrath of the Dragons' Den judges by serving up pickled cabbage as her big business idea.
Shetland-based Evonne Morrison launched her Good Nude Food firm specialising in vegan sauerkraut just one week before her twins were born in April last year.
The entrepreneur, who runs the company while her children are napping, will be seen squaring up to the judges on the BBC's Dragon's Den when the show airs this weekend.
She told the Record: "Being on Dragons' Den is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
"I was looking for an investor to come on board and give the business expertise I don't have. It's also a great way to introduce my sauerkraut range."
Evonne, 31, left a career in the legal sector to found her firm, using less than PS1000 of her money to buy ingredients and fermentation equipment.
She said: "I had such a tight deadline to get it on the market before I had twins. The whole pregnancy I was working hard to get it on to the market before they arrived."
Viewers will see Evonne giving the business funding show's millionaire investors samples of her Superkraut.
She said: "Being part of the show was an amazing experience. The Dragons are fantastic at what they do. Having the chance to pitch to them is invaluable.
"Although I was nervous, I loved every minute of it."
." ?Dragons' Den airs on BBC Two on Sunday at 8pm
TOUGH GIG The Dragons and, right, Evonne and her jars