When we started work on our own brand of family-friendly sausages we knew they had to be special.
By now you might have realised that we know how to put a decent sausage together. We’ve produced pork and venison products on behalf of some of the greatest food brands in the world, but we wanted to do more.
What would happen if we took everything we knew about food production, animal welfare, sustainable packaging and healthy food and crammed it into meals that we’d be proud to serve our own families? the Good Little Company was born to answer that very question.
We set out to produce the Good Little Sausage — a great-tasting family sausage with no artificial colours, flavours or other nasties, 85% outdoor bred pork, reduced fat, reduced salt, using recycled cardboard for our packaging. We had to work extra hard to make this sausage taste great, but once we got there, but we wanted to do even more.
We had an idea: Buy One Give One Free. We decided that, for every pack of Good Little Sausages sold, we’d work with Christian Aid to give someone in a developing country the means to grow a good meal every day for 2 weeks. So our customers get a few good meals, and someone less fortunate gets a few good meals too!
We’ve had exceptional success in Waitrose stores all over UK, and the range is stocked in delis and Northern Ireland Tesco stores. In 2010 we launched Great Big Sausages and Super Teeny Weeny Sausages, and won all sorts of awards along the way. What’s even more exciting is that we’ve donated over 8 Million meals so far!
Take a look at the Good Little Company web site.