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Mummy reviewer series: The Good Little Company sausages

We were recently asked to become Super Tasters for The Good Little Company's range of Great Pork Sausages and we were delighted when our first delicious delivery arrived.

Now that the clocks have turned back and the darker evenings are drawing in the Thrifty household have been enjoying more winter warmers for dinner. So, these sausages came at just the right time!

So, just how good is The Little Good Company?

In a world where sales are king it is important to be able to find companies that make a conscious effort to support vulnerable people and make a positive difference.

The Little Good Company believes that food should be good for you whilst also doing good for others which is why more than 50% of their profits go directly to vulnerable people in developing countries via their two partner charities including The Samburu Trust and The Melanje Orphan Feeding Program.

What makes these sausages special?

As a parent you want to be sure that the food your child is eating is the best it can possibly be with no added nasties. The Good Little Company prides itself on the fact that its sausages contain no added fat or artificial ingredients.

In fact, their skinny sausage range contains less than 3% fat making them a fantastic low syn option if you are following the Slimming World plan - good news!

Made with outdoor bred pork, reduced fat content and gluten free, these sausages can feed the whole family whilst taking dietary requirements into consideration.

The packaging is also clear and concise meaning you can quickly see exactly what the ingredients are when shopping in the supermarket - excellent!

I was really pleased to see on The Good Little Company's Instagram page that the products are often on offer too. I appreciate that the price point of a product, alongside nutritional value, is a very important factor when choosing what to buy and what to leave on the shelf.

6 fat sausages sizzling in a pan

First of all, we were amazed at the size of the sausages - they were huge and very filling. They didn't have any tough gristle or stringy skin that some sausages have. I'm pleased to say that the Good Little Company sausages were absolutely packed with flavour too without being overpowering.

We enjoyed our first batch with mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables and charred courgette and we saved our other pack and made Sunday morning sausage sandwiches with lightly fried red onions and fresh granary bread - yum!

How do you eat yours?

If you are looking for delicious, nutritious ways to feed your family whilst also supporting a worthwhile cause then be sure to check out the range on offer from The Little Good Company at Tesco, Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Ocado and Spar. We certainly will!

How do you eat your sausages? Are they a staple of your family mealtimes? Let us know!

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Love, Thrifty Mumma X

Disclaimer: Although we were sent these products to sample free of charge, our reviews are always reflective of our own opinions.


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