Mini nom nom – Lisa Sohanpal


AWMB are delighted to support Mini nom nom a pioneering new children’s brand that has been shortlisted in Virgin’s Pitch To Rich 2015 Competition. Mini nom nom is a healthy and tasty ready – made food range for children. The range incorporates a balanced blend of spices and flowers that are authentically crafted to inspire growing young palates.

With a strong focus on health, the meals provide a minimum of one of a child’s ‘five a day’ and contain no added sugar, salt, additives or preservatives. The brand prides itself on using only the finest and freshest ingredients and has already received resoundingly positive feedback on the superior taste of its products. Each of the meals in the range is inspired by a different region. Two Tiny Tiffins (Lamb and Chicken) from North India, Tiny Thali (Fish) from South India, Little Laksa (Chicken) from Malaysia and Tiny Tagine (Vegetarian) from Morocco and consists of an appetiser, a main and a chutney or sauce.

The brand is the brain-child of entrepreneurial husband and wife team Lisa Sohanpal and Dr Imrat Sohanpal whose three young children helped open their eyes to a gap in the market. Lisa says ‘As busy working parents to three children all under the age of four, we found it difficult to have at hand quick, naturally healthy dinners. I would be staying up late making batches of curry, so I began searching for a ready meal alternative and there was nothing on the market.  That’s why we made Mini nom nom’s; to redefine the category by introducing a new generation of ready meals.’

They would love your support – please vote for them in the Pitch To Rich competition by clicking here:

Lisa says ‘Its been a tough, challenging and rewarding journey so far. Winning this competition will really put the icing on the cake for our business plus 1 lucky voter who shares the most will also win £10,000 cash prize. So it’s a win win opportunity!’

Mini nom nom’s were also featured in the Forbes Magazine showcasing their partnership with Akshaya Patra foundation, where they have sponsored an entire school of hungry children – their midday meal – in an effort to keep them off the streets and in education. Each meal purchased will feed a hungry child in India. The more they sell the more hungry children they can feed and help break the poverty cycle through food for many more families in India.

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