Tommy's and Piccolo

Tommy's and Piccolo - working together to save more babies' lives

Piccolo partnership

Tommy’s is excited to announce that we have partnered with wholesome, family-friendly food brand Piccolo, who make a delicious range of baby and toddler range. Both Tommy’s and Piccolo work from the shared vision of supporting parents and families.

Piccolo are passionate about children enjoying the healthiest and most nutritious food from the very start of their weaning journey, and so have created a range of 100% organic pouches, meal pots and snacks that are inspired by the Mediterranean approach to health and wellbeing.

They have a range of healthy and delicious Stage 1 and Stage 2 pouches, vegetable only, Pure fruit purees, Stage 3 pot meals all crammed full of a wide variety of fruit and veg, hints of herbs and spices and a dash of olive oil, plus delicious teething snacks, to help encourage a lifetime of healthy eating.

We are proud to announce that Tommy’s will be featuring on a brand-new Piccolo multipack, ‘Olympic Oranges’ filled with zingy orange fruit and veggies, available exclusively at Sainsbury’s. 5% profits from every multi-pack will be supporting Tommy’s.

Piccolo believe in giving back and keep sustainability and provenance at the heart of their sourcing decisions with many of their ingredients planted and nurtured in independent family farms across the Mediterranean.

Voted in the 30 most philanthropic businesses in the UK, Piccolo are committed to giving 10% of our profits to food education programmes, in partnership with the NCT, and their own charity the Food Education Foundation, providing practical support around baby nutrition to parents. 

You can find Piccolo in Sainsburys, Tesco, Morrisons, Asda, Waitrose, Boots, Whole Foods Market, Ocado, Amazon and fine independent retailers.

To find out more about Piccolo, check out their website:


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