2–4 September 2018 • Olympia London • Trade Only

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Contact Details:

A Little Bit Food Co.
Little Birches
Tenbury Wells
WR15 8QA
Tel. 01885 498308


United Kingdom

Company Profile:

Made with fresh herbs and wholesome, natural ingredients, these eye-catching dressings and sauces capture a just-picked taste. Incredibly versatile, each recipe adds fantastic flavours to a multitude of meals!

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Fresh Mint, Beetroot and Feta Dip

A blend of earthy Beetroot, Fresh Mint and salty Feta. Fabulously versatile; try with flat breads, on bruschetta or stirred through warm pasta. Delicious on baked potatoes and with BBQ meats. Si...

Fresh Thyme and Butternut Squash Dip

A smooth blend of sweet Butternut Squash and fragrant Thyme. Extremely versatile; a perfect dip for pitta bread, crackers, on baked potatoes, or as an accompaniment to chicken dishes. Try stirring ...

Fresh Oregano and Aubergine Dip

A fabulously rich and moorish dip packed full of smooth Aubergine and Fresh Oregano. Delicious with warm pasta, for canapes, on bruschetta or part of a mezze platter. Equally yummy just with warm c...

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Product Categories:

Gift Packs | Mail Order | Table Sauces | European | Salad Dressing | British | Vegetarian | Free From – Artificial Ingredients | Free From – Gluten | Savoury Dips

Press Releases:

Jul 27, 2017

A Little Bit goes completely dippy at Speciality & Fine Food Fair

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New look and new lines revealed on Stand 3419

Visitors to Olympia this September will be amongst the first to see the launch of fresh herb champions, A Little Bit Food Company’s rebranded package. Additionally, the innovative start up will be showcasing an exciting range of ambient dips and two new pasta sauces – all lovingly made in the UK.

Growing a successful brand
A Little Bit’s green fingered founder, Sophie Lane Fox, has always pioneered the use of fresh herbs in her recipe development. The new-look packaging emphasises the brand’s horticultural heritage. Sophie explains the new designs; “When I’m not in the kitchen, I’m happiest, trowel in hand, pottering about in my garden. There is something so deliciously rewarding about harvesting your own fresh produce and I wanted to convey this in A Little Bit’s updated brand identity. Our key message is that we only ever use fresh herbs, as it makes a big impact on the final flavour. The new packaging illustrates the botanicals and nurturing aspect that are essential to the finished product.”

Simply dippy about the taste of fresh herbs
New to the range are three ambient dips. Although made with fresh ingredients the 250g jars do not require refrigeration – making them a perfect on-the-go solution. They can be dipped straight from the jar, making them a must for picnics and work lunchboxes as there’s no mess and no washing up! With a long, 12 month shelf life, they’re a flexible option for retailers as they can be displayed in a variety of aisles. The trio of herb packed flavours are; Fresh Mint, Beetroot & Feta; Fresh Thyme & Butternut Squash; and Fresh Oregano & Aubergine.

Family Favourites for a Quick Meal Time Fix
Following the success of A Little Bit’s Spicy Tomato and Sage pasta sauce, Sophie has developed two additional versatile cooking sauces – Fresh Basil & Tomato and Fresh Oregano, Olive & Tomato. Both new recipes are bursting with fresh herbs and natural ingredients. Convenience and healthy eating continue to be key food trends and A Little Bit fulfils both. Containing no artificial additives and wheat free, these everyday dining solutions are a store cupboard necessity. They’re not just great with pasta, but also meat, fish and vegetables.

Featuring, dynamic flavour combinations and all natural ingredients, A Little Bit captures a freshly picked taste. If you dig fresh herbs, you can find A Little Bit on Stand 3419.

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