One of the big challenges since weaning Emma has been encouraging her to eat healthy foods often. It’s been a frustration for me as she seems to have a pre-disposition to say no to what’s on her plate, so we have to be a bit inventive when it comes to mealtimes. I never thought I’d be the mum to make sandwiches into a dog or a mouse, but if it means our little one gobbles up her lunch…sign me up!
Choosing to eat organic food has been something important to me for a long time – way before I became a parent. Perhaps not for everything in the shopping trolley but certain foods such as fruit and vegetables are worth it. It’s great to see organic companies popping up to make things easier to busy parents wanting the best in their family meals, and that’s where Pip Organic comes in.
Pip Organic are an award-winning organic juice and fruity treats company, from a London stall in Borough Market and created their company after seeing the demand for fresh, organic juice. All their products are 100% organic and have no added sweeteners, additives or preservatives and are dairy, gluten and nut free too. I find it a peace of mind to know that we can give Emma a glass of juice knowing that there is nothing hidden inside.
In collaboration with Pip Organic, we have an exciting giveaway over the next couple of weeks for one lucky winner to win a month’s supply of Pip Organic juices – that’s 24 juices from their award-winning range worth £32. You can enter via to Rafflecopter widget below – good luck! Terms and conditions are as follows:
Terms and conditions of competition:
- UK Entries only
- Winner chosen at random
- If the winner does not respond within 7 days, another winner will be chosen
- Winners contact details will be passed to the Pip Organic PR who will coordinate the prize
- Ends 11.59pm Tuesday 3rd October 2017
Don’t forget to share why organic makes you feel happy using the hashtag #FeedYourHappy
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