The former Oasis star launched Pretty Green in 2009, but the firm was rumoured to be in trouble last year (14) after suffering losses of around $3.2 million (£2 million) in 2013.

However, new records show Pretty Green has bounced back and is in the black for the first time since its launch, with sales of $24.2 million (£15.1 million) and pre-tax profits of $68,800 (£43,000) in 2014.