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How a former Chelsea youngster left football to end up fuelling a Premier League champion

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Former Chelsea youngster Jhai Dhillon and his brother Simmy are the siblings behind Rice N Spice, a meal preparation company based in Hitchin that caters for everyone from the office worker to a Premier League champion.

Football League regulars Ben Kennedy and Jevani Brown, as well as Ryan Johnson of Kidderminster Harrirers, were quick to get involved while childhood friend Nick Freeman, who plays for Wycombe Wanderers, led the brothers to Adebayo Akinfenwa.



Rice N Spice even work with Premier League winner Demarai Gray, while Chelsea's Lewis Baker and Jamal Blackman have had their food prepared by the firm too.



Watch football.london's full interview with Jhai Dhillon in the video above.

Ultimately, the decision to step away from the game allowed Jhai to step back out on the pitch as a player.

With Rice N Spice growing, the time eventually came to choose between his business and a professional football career.

However, when it comes to nutrition the professionals don't have a monopoly on the best approach to eating well and maintaining a healthy diet.
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