Children’s food brand Ella’s Kitchen will donate £0.30 from the sale of a new Christmas dinner pouch to the charity Save the Children.
Available at from Asda, Boots and Sainsbury’s, the limited edition jingle belly Christmas dinner pouch is suitable for children from the age of seven months – and contains turkey alongside a range of traditional Christmas accompaniments, including potatoes, broccoli, parsnips, carrots, cranberries and even sprouts.
Each pouch sold will result in a £0.30 donation being made to Save the Children’s Families and Schools Together (Fast) programme, which focuses on building stronger bonds between parents, schools and communities to make sure that children get the support that they need in order to fulfil their potential in both education and life. To date, the programme has helped more than 22,000 children from some of the world’s poorest backgrounds.
The Fast programme also promotes the importance of family meal time and the positive impact that this can have on children’s development – a philosophy shared by Ella’s Kitchen.
Mark Cuddigan, head of Ella’s Kitchen, said: “We’re delighted to be teaming up with Save the Children and supporting the Fast programme. It’s great to work with a charity which has the same ethos as Ella’s Kitchen, putting children first and making a sustainable change to the lives of little ones.”
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