Recently we took delivery of the new range of Tilda Kids range to try out. The new range from Tilda is aimed to help that midweek panic for parents who are a little short of time.
Available in 4 great flavours which are sure to please even the fusiest of eaters, the come in:
- Cheese and tomat
- Mild & Sweet Curryo
- Sweet vegetable and whole grain rice
- Sunshine vegetable Rice
Our package arrived just before our lunch, which we enjoyed sat in the garden so I decided we may as well try one of them with our picnic. I picked the curry flavour to try first and popped it into the microwave for 40 seconds & then it was done.
The rice itself comes out very moist & is packed full of flavour. The convince of just popping it into the microwave is something as a busy mum I appreciate. Both Kayleigh and Ethan tucked into the mild & sweet curry and really enjoyed it. The rice’s make a great accompliment to any meal that you may have prepared for the children plus its packed full of vegetables.
They are available from Tesco & Ocado currently priced at £1.15 per packet, this is a great price as the pack size is very generous and would serve both Kayleigh & Ethan.
Tilda are also working closely with UN World Food Programme with it’s Mums Helping Mums campaign. For every packet of specially-marked Pure Basmati sold, Tilda will provide one nutritious meal to a new or expectant mum who is struggle to feed themselves and their children, this is up until the end of July.
Jon Calland, Head of External Affairs at Tilda comments: “Rice is an integral part of an infant’s diet, as it provides a number of key nutrients and vitamins. However, many people around the world cannot afford even the basic ingredients that provide these essential nutrients for their children. We share the World Food Programme’s vision of a world without hunger and are proud to be partnering with them for this special project.”
So next time your picking up your rice in the supermarket why not help a mum less fortunate than ourselves.
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