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We look at ideas for helping your customers find healthier choices after the festive period!
A Little Bit Food Co is founded on a long tradition of horticulture and gardening, and we want to do our part to ensure a healthy environment for all creatures. That’s why we’ve joined the Bumblebee Conservation Trust community, a charity whose mission is to halt and reverse the decline of bumblebees in the UK.
These quick and easy vegetarian tartines are perfect for dinner parties and come together easily using our fresh herb dips.
We’re delighted to announce that our full range of products will be plastic-free from January 2019! A Little Bit Food Co was born out of a long standing interest in horticulture and gardening - you could say that environmental sustainability has always been in our “roots”. We felt that going plastic free was the next big step in our evolution.
This parsley pesto with pine nuts and lemon is a delicious and versatile recipe for parsley, and great option if you find yourself with an abundance of parsley in the garden. As with all pestos this is great tossed with pasta or topped on a pizza, but there are plenty of other uses for this pesto beyond the ordinary.
enison and blackberries are natural bedfellows, and our Fresh Thyme and Blackberry Ketchup make it easy to create a beautiful venison steak dish with very little effort. In fact, the whole dish comes together in less than 30 minutes.
Our courgette, pea and mint soup is a great recipe for using up all those courgettes that suddenly proliferate in the garden during the summer months.