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Sophie Taylor Wiki, Age, Future Food Stars, Illness, IBS, Husband, Married, Parents, Family, Iced Coffee Blend

Sophie Taylor Biography – Sophie Taylor Wiki

Sophie Taylor is the founder of Sophie’s Iced Coffee Blend, a range of ready-to-drink dairy-free iced coffees. She started out making her vegan iced coffees at the age of 17 when she was working in her local coffee shop in Essex. She pitched to Dragons’ Den star Peter Jones as part of the Young National Entrepreneur Competition and was given confidence to take it forward. Her drinks are currently stocked by Holland and Barrett, B&M, and Herron Foods as well as being available to order online.

“My business is called Sophies Iced Coffee Blend a range of ready to drink iced coffees in different flavours which are vegan and low calorie, tapping into the ever-growing vegan market and rapidly expanding iced coffee market,” Sophie said.

Sophie Taylor Age

Sophie Taylor was born in September 1998. She is 24 years old as of 2022.

Sophie Taylor Future Food Stars

Sophie Taylor was a contestant on the second series of Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars on BBC One. She was amongst 12 food and drink entrepreneurs competing to win a £150,000 business investment from TV chef and restaurateur Gordon Ramsay.

She revealed the news on Instagram, writing, “I can finally reveal that I am one of Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars. Tune in to see how my IBS symptoms affected me during filming.”

“I wanted to take part in the show to have the opportunity to learn from Gordon Ramsay and develop my business,” she said at the time.

Sophie was the first contestant to be fired after a health condition that was undiagnosed at the time meant she would have been unable to go on any further in the competition. During filming, she had been forced to see medics and seek help after suffering from intense pain, which she later realised was irritable bowel syndrome, a condition that can cause stomach cramps, bloating and nausea amongst its symptoms.

The first season of the BBC One competition saw Victoria Omobuwajo take home the win, after weeks of brutal tasks from diving down into the depths of caves to delivering food on a high-wire suspended 1,000ft above the ground.

Sophie Taylor Illness

In 2022, Sophie Taylor was diagnosed with severe Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a long-term condition of the digestive system. IBS symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both.

“Ever since June 2022 I have been suffering with IBS/ irritable bowel syndrome,” Sophie wrote.

Sophie has now become an ambassador for the IBS Network, the UKs biggest and leading IBS charity that has been running for over 40 years – and has been working with them regularly to raise awareness and normalise IBS, especially amongst women.


She is of British nationality.

Sophie Taylor Instagram

Sophie Taylor’s Instagram handle is @sophielaurentaylor.