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Seniors Pack London’s Cherryhill Library to Learn About their New Heart to Home Meals Franchise

Seniors Pack London’s Cherryhill library to learn about their new Heart to Home Meals franchise

Seniors in London, Ontario and the surrounding areas got great news with the official opening of the latest Heart to Home Meals franchise.

Dozens packed into London’s Cherryhill library to meet the new franchisees, Linda and Paul Knight and hear from local city councillor Harold Usher. He emphasized the importance of seniors being able to get access to specially-designed meals. He also said that there is a growing acceptance at all levels of government that there needs to be more done to assist seniors who want to live independently.

Seniors were able to ask questions about the meals and discover how the service can help maintain their lifestyle. The interim Executive Vice-President of Heart to Home Meals, Nigel Richards, explained the nutritional benefits of the meals and why the flash freezing process is used after the meals are prepared.

For the first time in the history of Canada, there are now more people aged 65 and older than there are children under 14. As this trend continues, it will offer greater opportunities for those working in the senior care industry.

Customers are able to order Heart to Home Meals without a contract or minimum order. They are able to call or order online and chose from more than 200 different items that are designed to suit most dietary needs. And delivery is free.

The delivery service also provides an additional point of contact for seniors who want to live independently. Experts in home care have stressed the importance of having a regular check-in and visual inspection, especially for those seniors with mobility issues.