Seniors Proclaim their Favourite Meal of 2017

Fish and Chips wins most popular choice on the menu

(Brampton, December 6, 2017) After a record-breaking year for sales, the first ever list of top meals has been released by Heart to Home Meals.  While this version is not wrapped in newspaper, the winner will come as no surprise to those who advocate ‘You can’t go wrong with fish and chips.’

Along with fish and chips there were a number of other traditional meals on the best-selling list, including two breakfast items and a seasonal favourite – turkey!

Top 6 Meals in 2017:

1. Fish and Chips

2.    Hunter’s Chicken

3.    Scrambled Eggs and Sausages

4.    Spaghetti and Meatballs

5.    Turkey with Cranberry Orange Sauce

6.    Hash Brown Breakfast

“It was very exciting to have so many meals competing for the top spot,” said Nigel Richards the Interim Executive Vice President for Heart to Home Meals.  “This year, the list was dominated by ‘traditional’ meals but there are indicators that seniors’ tastes are changing and seeking different flavours.  Our new menu includes meals with spices and they are growing in popularity.”

Heart to Home Meals caters for the fastest growing community in Canada.  Many seniors are finding the convenience of the specially catered meals helps in their efforts to live independently.  Two of the biggest problems facing many seniors is poor diet and feeling isolated. Heart to Home Meals’ free delivery service guarantees regular contact that cater to a range of dietary needs.

For more information on the meals in the Top 6 list, click here

About Heart to Home Meals:
Heart to Home Meals customers can choose from a range of more than 200 different items using a full-colour menu catalogue or eCommerce website. There are no contracts or commitments and delivery is free in most cases. The delivery service provides an additional point of contact for seniors who want to live independently.  Experts in home and seniors care have noted the importance of having a regular check-in and visual inspection, especially for those with mobility issues. Heart to Home Meals is based on the highly-successful concept out of the UK called Wiltshire Farm Foods that has been in business for more than 25 years.

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