Little Dish – the maker of proper food for kids – today announces a partnership with BBC Children in Need. As the first toddler food to join forces with Pudsey Bear, the partnership will enable little diners to play an active role in helping to raise money for the charity and help to make a positive impact on the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
From the 16th October and throughout November, the meal will be on sale in Asda, Morrisons, Tesco, Waitrose and Ocado, with all profits from its sale being donated to this year’s campaign.
“We are delighted to officially partner with Children in Need, a charity we have followed over the years with great admiration”, says Little Dish Founder, Hillary Graves, who launched Little Dish ten years ago to make a positive difference in children’s nutrition. She continues, “We share their belief that every child deserves a safe, secure, happy and healthy childhood and that includes access to nutritious food. We started Little Dish to bring healthy, convenient food to families across the UK and now we can take that mission one step further by supporting the Children in Need campaign.”
Little Dish Sausage & Mash with Beans is a healthy twist on an all-time family favourite. Made with British Pork and haricot beans in a nutritious tomato sauce, topped with a smooth potato and veg mash, the tasty meal provides one of a child’s recommended five-a-day and is a source of protein. Approved by Dietitian and Mum, Lucy Jones MRES BSC Hons RD MBDA, it:
– contains 100% natural ingredients
– is low in salt
– contains no added sugar, additives or preservatives.
Little Dish Sausage & Mash with Beans in aid of BBC Children in Need will be priced at £2.35 (RRP) and will be available in the chilled aisle of major supermarkets including: Asda, Morrisons, Tesco and Waitrose and on Ocado.