LittleDish - Our Story

Hillary, originally from New York, was living in London when she and her husband had their first baby, Monty, in 2006.

Hillary was shocked to find that baby and toddler food sold in the supermarkets had a shelf life of up to two years. She believed that fresh, healthy, good tasting food belonged in the fridge, not on a shelf.

So, from her flat in Notting Hill, she started Little Dish: a range of fresh meals just like families make in their own kitchens, using only 100% natural ingredients and no additives or preservatives.

Hillary worked closely with a nutritionist to ensure each Little Dish meal was perfectly nutritionally balanced.



Monty became the first Little Dish ‘Chief Taster’, helping to make sure every recipe passed the taste test. 




In 2009, when Monty’s little brother Ridley was born, he became the second Little Dish ‘Chief Taster’. By this stage, Little Dish had recruited over 100 Tiny Tasters across the country to join their tasting panel.



In 2014 Hillary’s husband, Dean, joined the business as CEO and they became a husband and wife team, with a mission to bring fresh, healthy meals to toddlers all over the UK.

Little Dish is now feeding 200,000 toddlers a week and is available in all UK supermarkets including Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrison’s and Ocado.



Little Dish is proud and honoured to have won some prestigious awards, including Loved by Parents Best Toddler Food; FDF Health & Wellbeing Champion; Daily Telegraph SME of the Year; and Daily Mail Mumpreneur of the Year.


Check out the list of awards below.






In 2019 Little Dish launched in the US – find out more about our US range here.



Introducing Little Dish Finger Foods, the newest addition to the Little Dish family of fresh, nutritious food toddlers love.





Look for Little Dish in your local supermarket and let us know what you think.



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