CHEF MINUTE MEALS RUNNING AT FULL SPEED TO AID THOSE SUFFERING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC OF 2020

Since the onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020, Chef Minute Meals, based out of Piney Flats, Tennessee, has been producing meals at full capacity. 

CMM has supplied various disaster relief organizations with delicious shelf-stable, self-heating entrees and meal kits for those effected by the pandemic and will continue to do so until the disaster has passed.

In response to this disaster, CMM has shipped out millions of meals in the last three months. In an effort to fulfill the many orders, CMM’s main production facility has 65-employees, working 10-hours a day in essential protective gear.

In addition to fulfilling the orders for COVID-19 disaster relief, CMM is now preparing for the upcoming Hurricane Season, as well.

Barry Sendel CEO and Founder of Chef Minute Meals

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Last Wednesday on the QVC channel Chef Minute Meals Self Heating Meals were spotlighted on the (Gourmet Holiday) show

Last Wednesday on the QVC channel Chef Minute Meals Self Heating Meals were spotlighted on the (Gourmet Holiday) show with Alberti Popaj and Rachel Boesing. The hosts along with Chef spokesperson Laura Schoonmaker contributing by phone, demonstrated the self heating process for the Chef Box Meals and described the seven delicious entrees for sale in this bundle. Barry Sendel’s company history of providing millions of Self Heating Meals to the State, Federal and World Wide disaster agencies during times of crisis were discussed at length. After the delicious meals were heated several entrees were opened and enjoyed by the host and crew.

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