A Corby man is giving back to the community who helped his business grow by handing out free meals to those in need.
Tony McClenaghan only recently set up Precision Nutrition, making and delivering healthy and nutritious cheat-free meals.
But he has been so blown away by local support that he has decided to give something back to those who need it most.
Mr McClenaghan, 30, said: “We are only a business in its infancy but I would like to help people and give something back.
“If it wasn’t for the people of Corby and their faith in what I’m doing, Precision Nutrition wouldn’t have grown so much.
“We make healthy meals from scratch.
“At times like this there are some families who just can’t afford to put food on the table.”
Precision Nutrition is based in Brunel Road and mainly caters for four diets: sportspeople, women, children and bodybuilders.
Staff make every meal from scratch and deliver to your door, and the business has been given approval by ex-Corby gymnast Dan Keatings on social media.
Mr McClenaghan added: “We have had quite a few people contact us so far.
“Making healthy meals isn’t new but it’s something that people have really taken to.”