Giveaway: A Month's Supply Of Piccolo Products



I am excited to be able to offer a giveaway prize from Piccolo to one of my readers. Launched in 2016, Piccolo is the UK’s fastest growing baby food company.  They have a range of healthy and delicious pouches, meals and snacks which are 100% organic and inspired inspired by the Mediterranean approach to health and wellbeing, centred around fresh ingredients that have been lovingly prepared and shared with friends and family. 

A photo showing a range of Piccolo pouches, pots and other packaging
(Photo indicative of prize, actual contents may vary)


Piccolo are passionate that children should enjoy the healthiest and most nutritious food from the very start of their weaning journey.  Their stage 1 and 2 pouches, stage 3 Piccolo Pots and Squares (their new snacks) are crammed full with a wide variety of fruit and veg, hints of herbs and spices and a dash of olive oil to help encourage baby’s taste buds to learn flavour from natural means and promote a lifetime of healthy eating. They include flavours like: ‘Apple, Banana & Blueberry with Hint of Vanilla’, “Apple & Apricot with a Hint of Cinnamon’ and ‘Spring Vegetables & Chicken with Tarragon’.

Piccolo are kindly offer a bundle of their products including pots, squares and pouches to one lucky winner. Enter via the Rafflecopter widget below, UK only, closes Sunday 3rd of June at midnight. Information provided as part of the giveaway will only be used for the purpose of contacting a randomly selected winner to arrange delivery of the prize.



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47 comments

  1. Carrots, strawberries and melon.

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  2. My nephew goes bananas over bananas! (I can't stand them!)

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  3. Strawberries, blueberries, and mashed swede and carrots xx

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  4. Michelle Smith11 May 2018 at 23:26

    Bananas

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  5. my niece likes sweet potato mash

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  6. Sophie loves sweet potato

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  7. sweetcorn and strawberries

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  8. Toby will eat broccoli at a massive push. Teddy will literally eat anything - I'd say apples and grapes are his favourites with strawberries a close third x

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  9. She loves parsnips and prunes.

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  10. blueberries are her favourite

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  11. My eldest loves all fruit not so keen on the veg my 8 month old loves everything so far!

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  12. Our daughter loves anything red, tomatoes, red peppers, strawberries, raspberries, all her faves are red and she loves ketchup with everything

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  13. My son loves tomatoes and strawberries

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  14. She is almost at weaning stage. Looking forward to seeing what she most enjoys.

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  15. Grandson loves strawberries, melon and pineapple

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  16. She loves all fruit. Probably pears and bananas are her favourites.

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  17. My granddaughter loves sweetcorn, peas and pineapple

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  18. My daughter loves broccoli and her favourite fruit is mango.

    EJ Dunn

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  19. My little grandson loves apples, but they have to be of the Pink Lady variety, he can tell the difference and he's not yet 2!

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  20. My son loves apples & strawberries and my daughter loves pears and blueberries

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  21. Peaches, strawberries, raspberries and pears!

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  22. My son loves apples

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  23. My son loves bananas and his favourite vegetable is cauliflower.

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  24. My grandson loves baby sweetcorn

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  25. My baby eats anything really but his favourite is mango and carrots

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  26. Our girls love strawberries. Our youngest loves beetroot, and our eldest has recently taken a shine to black olives, especially with feta.

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  27. My son loves bananas and raspberries.

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  28. His favourite fruit is mango and he loves peas

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  29. My baby Charlie loves bananas and blueberries

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  30. my little boy loves tomatoes :)

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