Mom Made Foods Continues Expansion in Target Stores

MomMadeFoods-HighRes copyMom Made Foods, producer of frozen prepared meals, snacks and meal starters for kids, is offering new products in SuperTarget stores throughout the country, beginning in July 2013, the company announced from its headquarters in Northern Virginia.

The five different Mom Made Foods entrees now available include Mom Made Meals in organic Spaghetti with Turkey Meatballs, Mom Made Munchies in organic Cheese Pizza, and Mom Made Bites in Chicken & Apple Meatballs, Beef & Cheese Meatballs and Turkey Meatballs varieties. All Mom Made foods are packed with vegetables and grains, and have no added preservatives. They give parents a convenient, guilt-free way to provide their kids with the food they love, company officials say.

ChickenBites_3D_0513“Mom Made is excited to provide more healthy meal options that the whole family can enjoy and parents can feel good about serving as a snack or as part of a meal, in addition to the already availability entrees in SuperTarget stores country-wide,” says company founder Heather Stouffer. “We believe kids food should contain high quality ingredients without anything artificial.”

In addition to expanding the Mom Made Foods product line sold in SuperTarget stores, coupon booklets will be handed out to SuperTarget guests nationally on July 14th. A coupon will be included for $1 off when consumers buy a combination of any two Mom Made Foods Meals, Munchies or Bites.

Mom Made’s nutritious frozen meals and snacks give parents a guilt-free, convenient way to feed kids foods they love that are good for them, officials say. The company’s three product lines are flash frozen to preserve flavor, nutrients, color and natural texture. They contain no preservatives, are GMO free, no trans fats, no added sugars (except for Apple Pie), no artificial colors and are lower in sodium than their conventional counterparts. All meat items are antibiotic-free.

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