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  • Little Dish makes healthy microwave meals for kids
  • Little Dish makes healthy microwave meals for kids
    Little Dish (2017) ©

Little Dish makes healthy microwave meals for kids

Cooking healthy food for children in time for their early-bird dinner schedule is a stressful task for working parents. Little Dish, a UK-based company offering all-natural ready meals, already feeds 200,000 kids a week, and is expanding distribution of its time-saving dishes to the US.



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