Mom Made Foods’ Heather Stouffer Honored as Industry Leader with Top Women in Grocery Award

Mom Made Foods, a leading producer of family-favorite frozen meals and snacks, is proud to announce that Chief Executive Officer and Founder Heather Stouffer has been named one of Progressive Grocer’s Top Women in Grocery as a Senior-Level Executive. This honor is extended yearly to a select number of individuals nationwide, recognizing the outstanding contributions from female leaders in the retail food industry.

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WMDT - National Vegetable Month

Mom Made Foods is inspired by those freshly prepared, familiar recipes that kids and parents love. They are the foundation for a lifetime of healthy eating, and they should still be convenient without sacrificing quality or nutrition.

More than ever, kids need to eat wholesome, delicious foods without the added junk.

June is national vegetable month. An expert joins 47 ABC to share how to get your kids more excited about eating vegetables and how to incorporate veggies into their already favorite foods.

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Food Navigator - Everyone wants to feed their kids nutritious meals

If you visited Expo West, you probably noticed that a large number of the exhibitors were touting snacks or beverages. Frozen meals? Not so much. But while the world probably doesn’t need another nutrition bar or cold pressed juice brand, busy parents would definitely like more options when it comes to what to give their kids for dinner, says Mom Made Foods founder Heather Stouffer.

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Posh Seven Magazine - "What's Better Than Mom Made Foods?"

Mom Made Foods is celebrating ten years of providing local families with meals and snacks that are convenient and chock full of essential nutrients for healthy eating. To celebrate their anniversary, we sat down with MMF’s CEO and founder, Heather Stouffer, to talk about her passion for delicious, convenient food and making high-quality ingredients her top priority. This Alexandria, Virginia, mom has a lot to say about providing kids with wholesome, yummy food without the added junk and without sacrificing quality or nutrition. 

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