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Putting choice in the hands of your clients so they’ll actually eat the meals they receive, while also keeping them independent at home.


Why Home-Delivered, Medically Tailored Meals

Nutritional needs can vary from person to person. When meals are developed by registered dietitians and created by professional chefs with the goal to improve health outcomes, food becomes not only nutritious, but also convenient. 

Eating delicious home-delivered, medically tailored meals like we offer at Mom’s Meals® can help people:

  • Improve overall health, manage or prevent chronic diseases 
  • Remain at home and age in place
  • Stay out of, or reduce time, in the hospital or nursing home
  • Lower health care spending

Our Programs 

No matter the health goal or need, our programs make the path to improving life through better nutrition at home more convenient. 

Providing nutrition support for leading chronic health conditions to improve outcomes and reduce the total cost of health care. 

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Helping individuals maintain independence at home and avoid institutional care.  

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Supplying expedited nutrition to assist individuals in their recovery after a hospital or skilled nursing stay to reduce readmissions.  

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Offering our meals to those that want the convenience of home-delivered meals for themselves or a loved one.  

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Medically Tailored Meals

With nine condition-specific menus and 60+ meal options, there are numerous tasty choices to make. Designed by professional chefs and registered dietitians in USDA-approved kitchens, all our medically tailored meals are made with high-quality ingredients.

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The Mom’s Meals Difference

Designed to provide easy access to daily nourishment, our high-quality meal choices satisfy individual tastes and preferences — fueling better health outcomes for your clients.

Designed by professional chefs and registered dietitians. Meals taste great and support the nutritional needs of most common chronic conditions.

Meals are packaged for storage in the fridge for up to 14 days. Heat, eat and enjoy in minutes.

Meals are delivered to any address, nationwide.

Select meals from an array of options based on preferences and needs.*  

*Initial deliveries will have a variety of meals based on dietary preferences. 

We understand your clients and treat them like they are part of our family.  

Frequently Asked Questions

We need a referral along with information about the member or patient, including identification and address for delivery, meal start date and duration, the quantity of meals per day, case manager or other referring provider information, and any other notes regarding the unique food preferences or delivery information to best serve each individual.

If we receive paperwork by 5 PM Thursday, the client will receive their first delivery the following week. Clients whose paperwork arrives after 5 PM on Thursday will be delivered the week after next.

The number of meals and frequency of delivery varies based on plan design. However, in general, clients who are authorized for:

  • 3 meals or less per week will receive a monthly delivery
  • 4-7 meals per week will be delivered every other week
  • 8+ meals per week will be delivered on a weekly basis

We deliver 14 meals every other week for several reasons:

  • Minimize the amount of packaging
  • Average refrigerators can easily store 14 meals (meals should be refrigerated)
  • Meals will last in the refrigerator for 14 days from delivery

Resuming a client is similar to setting up a new client so we need notice by 5pm on Thursday in order to be delivered the following week. If an expedited start is requested, we need to check with our logistics team to determine if we are able to accommodate the request.

Cancellation cutoffs vary from client to client based on their delivery schedule and method. Typically, if we receive the request to cancel meals for the next delivery, we would need it by 5 PM on Thursday.  

Case Manager Testimonials

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Additional Resources

The Power of Food As Medicine: What Health Care is Doing and What is Working

This white paper proves how together — through quality nutrition — health plans, government entities, public and private organizations, and individuals can better integrate the food as medicine concept into services and benefits for better outcomes and lowering health care costs for all.

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Managing Diabetes Through Nutrition 

Find out how maintaining a nutritious diet has been shown to help prevent, manage and even reverse the progression of diabetes, as well as other chronic conditions that can affect an individual’s health.

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Nutrition’s Impact on Heart Disease

When looking at the controllable risk factors for heart disease, nutrition can play a significant role when it comes to reducing the risk for developing heart disease or better managing an existing condition.

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Nutrition’s Impact on Kidney Disease

Nutrition plays an essential role in everyone's overall health and well-being. Maintaining a nutritious diet has been shown to help prevent and slow the progression of kidney disease, as well as other chronic conditions that can affect renal health.

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The Importance of Nutritional Support for Better Maternal Health

Pregnant women and new mothers in the U.S. are currently facing a health crisis in maternal mortality rates. But there is something we can do about it by understanding factors that shape a mother’s health such as health equity and social determinants of health, programs that are helping women during and after pregnancy, and the power of affordable and convenient quality nutrition

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The Interconnection of Nutrition With Mental and Behavioral Health

Studies have linked overall diet quality with risk of depression and anxiety. Discover how the factors of social determinants of health and food insecurity can add to mental health disorder and how mental health disorders often precede chronic health issues, while chronic diseases can magnify symptoms of mental health disorders.

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