New Baby Food Brand Promises Foodclusion

New Baby Food Brand Promises Foodclusion

New baby food brand, Oliver’s Cupboard has launched with the promise of premium, quality, organic and halal ingredients and a mission to bring togetherness through food and diversity through flavour. 
Oliver’s Cupboard is a brand new, premium baby food brand that boasts global tastes and international flavours with a clear aim to create inclusivity through food and introduce babies to the world of flavours that exist in the UK. 

Made using all natural ingredients and plenty of vegetables, Oliver’s Cupboard offers a range of recipes containing halal and organic ingredients with both vegan and non-vegan options. 

With flavours that are inspired by dishes from all over the world, Oliver’s Cupboard uses a diverse range of interesting ingredients to not only provide a delicious and nutritious meal, but to encourage babies and children to enjoy the taste of real foods from all four corners. Oliver’s Cupboard is launching with six recipes, which are suitable for children from seven months onwards.

Choose from:

Sambar: Sri Lankan-inspired recipe made with organic vegetables, rice and intriguing flavours lovingly blended with gentle masala spices including ginger and garlic.

Korma: Indian-inspired curry, full of vegetables, rice, chicken and a delicate spice blend including fenugreek and turmeric.

Bahia: Brazilian-inspired fish stew full of vegetables, rice, salmon and delicately spiced with coriander and paprika. 

Koshari: Egyptian-inspired dish made with a medley of tasty organic vegetables, rice, chickpeas and cumin.

Laksa: Lightly spiced Malaysian-inspired recipe with vegetables, noodles and chicken with the subtle flavours of lemongrass, coriander and mint.

Tom Yum: Thai-inspired fish recipe packed with rice, red peppers, green beans, salmon, coconut, ginger and lemongrass. 

Oliver’s Cupboard is available in 130g pouches with a reclosable lid, RRP £1.60. Oliver’s Cupboard will be available nationwide from October from Ocado, Amazon and

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