Win! A month of delicious Piccolo baby food

Piccolo nutritious organic food is suitable from 6 months
Piccolo nutritious organic food is suitable from 6 months

We are extremely excited to have a MONTH’s worth of Piccolo organic baby food to give away!

Inspired by the Mediterranean approach to health and wellbeing Piccolo is a new baby food brand passionate that children should enjoy nutritious food from 6 months.

Piccolo offers parents a delicious collection of stage one blends, made with 100 percent natural organic ingredients. Little ones can discover new taste experiences such as Apple & Apricot with a pinch of cinnamon, Peach & Apple with a hint of basil, Banana, Blueberry and Apple with a hint of vanilla, Squash, Red Pepper & Chickpea with a hint of rosemary, Cherry & Yoghurt with wholegrain oats and Spring Greens with a hint of mint.

This September the much loved brand will be launching six new stage one flavoursome pouches, introducing super healthy ingredients often overlooked in weaning, such as beetroot and kale, and two vegetable only recipes.

Piccolo’s founder, Cat Gazzoli, has spent her career campaigning for good, honest and natural food. As the CEO of the Slow Food Movement (in the UK) for 6 years, she certainly is an expert when it comes to food!

Cat’s aim with Piccolo is to encourage healthy eating from 6 months and to introduce Mediterranean goodness in a delicious range of baby food.

Piccolo also donates 10% of its profits to food education, and is the first baby food brand to work in partnership with the prestigious National Childbirth Trust (NCT), the UK’s largest parenting charity.

Enter our competition below.

The winner will receive a gorgeous Piccolo bundle, which will include a month’s worth of pouches, a bag and a notebook worth £50

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