Side Street Style: Organic on the Go with Little Freddie + Win Tickets to Gloworm Festival

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11/08/2018

Organic on the Go with Little Freddie + Win Tickets to Gloworm Festival


pick your own strawberries



If you are a regular reader of my blog you may already know that this year I am working as an Ambassador to the new baby and kids organic food brand that is Little Freddie. I am really excited about this collaboration as I love this small family run business ethos and focus on getting the highest quality ingredients in a portable and delicious way making life on the go easy and healthy for busy mums and kids.

They have been working with an in-house paediatric dietician and I was lucky enough to join in a focus and early taster meeting in London earlier this year and seeing a brand grow from the ground up has been really interesting and exciting. Right from the start one of the things that has impressed me the most is the quantity of the ingredients and high vegetable percentage in their simply veg products as well as innovative flavour combinations such as my youngest favourite of Greek Yogurt, Carrot and Sweet Potato which is perfect for weaning and developing tastes. Little Freddie is also the first UK baby pouch brand to offer a Lactose-free alternative to the market with it's Lactose-free Pear and Blackberry yogurt.


organic baby food


Being a parent who is conscious about what my children eat I find these great for popping into my bag and heading out as both my toddler and my 7yr old love them. I also really enjoy sharing where we get our food from with my kids, besides gardening and planting our own potatoes, tomatoes and runner beans this year we also always make a few trips to a local pick-you own farm in the Vale of Glamorgan. It makes for a nice simple day out and also an educational one as children get to see first hand where and how fruit is grown.

So we headed out with our bottles of water at hand and a few pouches in my bag ( a mix of fruit and veg ones) and head to the farm. Luckily it was a gloriously sunny day and surprisingly quiet as we got their pretty early. While my eldest has a real passion for gardening and growing his own veg my youngest is still very captivated by the magic of it all which is wonderful to see.

fruit farm

fruit farm

pick your own raspberries


Being able to first hand show him some of the ingredients and how they grow and the kids having the chance to pick them themselves, when they are perfectly ripe and deliciously juicy only re-enforces a connection between food and plate. It also goes in-line with keeping things simple and fresh when it comes to kids food even when your super busy, travelling or just running around after the kids and knowing that Little Freddie has no preservatives, no salt, no added sugars and no colours and always organic makes it the perfect on the go food for us.

organic baby food

Organic food pouch


Little Freddie have also teamed up with the wonderful Gloworm Festival this year in Thoresby Park, Nottingham and I am very excited to be giving away a family pass worth £135 to this years festival happening on the 18th & 19th August so get in quick as this giveaway ends on the 15th August to make sure the tickets are sent out to the winner in time. 

Besides being able to meet favourites such as Paw Patrol, PJ Masks and Mister Maker, Little Freddie will be at the festival taking over the Tiny Tots Zone and will be hosting a range of fun activities such as creating your own baby food. 



If you can’t wait to get your hands on the Little Freddie products visit littlefreddie.com. You can also find them on Ocado and Amazon.

I am working with Little Freddie over the next year. Words and thoughts are 100% my own. 



34 comments:

  1. they can make their own baby food! Sounds fun

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  2. Baby food - My boys would love to have fun making this at Gloworm Festival

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  3. Baby Food 👶

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  4. they can have loads of fun making baby food!

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  5. The answer is Baby Food. This would be great to win. Fingers crossed.

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  6. They can make their own baby food.

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  7. Baby food
    @jaizduck

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  8. Karen hutchinson15 August 2018 at 09:48

    Baby food

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  9. They can make baby food. Looks u had a good time at the pick your own farm, we love going fruit picking .love this post x

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  10. They can make their own baby food

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