Kate Middleton Reportedly Planning Her Own Line of Organic Food

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According to a newspaper report, the Duchess of Cambridge has plans to release organically grown food products
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The line is reportedly to be called Anmer Organics, named after her Norfolk estate, Anmer Hall.

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, might be launching her own line of organic food.

Middleton grows organic vegetables at Anmer Hall, the Norfolk estate she shares with her husband, Prince William, and is said to feed her young children nothing but organic food. Her food products will reportedly be released under the Anmer Organics label.

A source told The Daily Mail that this is a concept for now, but “will happen” in about 18 months or so. “One day Prince William will want to have a profitable business attached to his estate to generate funds — both charitable and otherwise — just like his father does,” the source told the British publication.

Healthy eating seems to run in the Royal Family. William's father, Prince Charles, has long been a champion of organic agriculture, and sete up a company with the Waitrose grocery store chain to sell Duchy Organic food products.. Meanwhile, Middleton’s sister, Pippa,, is studying to be a nutritionist. The source told The Daily Mail that the sisters made their own grow-your-own-vegetable kit, which could be a part of the Anmer Organics range.

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