Delivering nutritious meals in three simple steps
Whether you are purchasing meals on your own or receiving meals through a program or covered benefit from your health plan.
1. Choose your meals
Select every meal, in every delivery, from a broad variety of nutritious meals.
2. Meal delivery
Delivered direct to your home or any address nationwide.
3. Heat & enjoy
Follow the simple microwave heating instructions on the top label of each entree and enjoy in minutes.
Enjoy Nutritious Meals On Your Schedule
Ready-to-heat-and-eat meals that are ready when you are. Meals last in the refrigerator for 14 days from delivery. Simply heat directly from the refrigerator and enjoy in minutes.
Packaging & Delivery
At Mom’s Meals®, every step of our process from order to delivery is held to the highest standard. Each order we receive is packed with care in a custom-designed cooler in such a way to minimize damage and ensure safe, cool temperatures throughout transit.
All deliveries are made directly to the client’s home via our Mom’s Meals route drivers or our third-party partners, who have been vetted to provide the same quality and service our clients have come to expect from Mom’s Meals.
Our packaging is made from recycled materials and we encourage you to reuse or recycle our packing supplies. Check recycling rules in your area.
Our customer care team is one of the best you’ll experience. We specifically look for individuals who have a passion for and are compassionate towards those we serve. They understand and live by our mission, recognizing that doing their jobs well is important to ensuring that our customers eat. Each member of our customer care team undergoes extensive training prior to taking orders and answering questions from our customers.
We look at our customers like they are family. We genuinely care and personally reach out to them with each order to ensure satisfaction. Our customers often tell us how much they appreciate our customer care team members and that they look forward to hearing from them each week. We love this and see it as a great opportunity to check in on their well-being as well.
A self-pay customer is paying for meals out of their own pocket or using an over the counter (OTC) or healthy food benefit card.
A covered benefit customer is receiving meals as part of a benefit program funded by a third-party. It could be a chronic care, post-discharge or long-term care program funded by their Medicaid or Medicare Advantage health insurance provider or other government program. The recipient of the meals is not paying for meals out of their own pocket.
Food as Medicine
Nourishing the body with the right foods can make a difference in one’s health and is essential to managing a chronic illness, maintaining independence, and avoiding hospital and nursing home stays.