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In January, the Lake in the Hills resident opened Wholesome Tummies, a franchise that provides healthy food options to schools and parents, at 9471 Ackman Rd.
Kelly Jarvis' life completely changed when she had her son, Travor, in 2008. After a nearly 20-year career in sales and marketing, Jarvis left the corporate world behind to stay at home with her son.
Wholesome Tummies, the first and only kids’ food franchise in the U.S., is expanding from its Orlando headquarters and will begin serving South Broward County schools in the fall.
Looking to make an impact on the growing childhood obesity epidemic in Houston and beyond, local resident Michael Alba and his family debuted Wholesome Tummies, the first and only kids' food franchise in the U.S., August 2013.
Two and a half years ago, Valerie Ellis began conducting raw food workshops at natural grocery stores to educate her neighbors on a healthier lifestyle through raw eating.
Wholesome Tummies Café, the first and only kids’ food franchise in the U.S., recently made its debut in Minneapolis under the leadership of local franchise owner Excelsior resident Bill Stelle.
When the 560 students enrolled at Augusta Preparatory Day School return to school in August, they will be introduced to a brand new healthy lunch program.
Debbie Blacher, the Orlando-based mom of three is the founder of Wholesome Tummies, the country's first and only kids' food franchise that distributes healthy, fresh and delicious meals to schools across the country.
New franchise locations in Austin, Texas, Houston, Minneapolis and Denver will bring the company’s nutritious and tasty menu to children in local schools, promoting good eating habits.
Although Kim Laga has spent most of her career in food and hospitality sales, she’s always dreamed of owning her own business. The opportunity presented itself when Laga learned about Wholesome Tummies, a franchise that provides healthy food...
To help promote its mission and continue its national expansion, Wholesome Tummies hired franchise sales veteran Christine Dura as Vice President of Franchise Discovery.
Monday, June 4, 2012 - An Orlando couple committed to providing healthy school lunches to children has taken over the original Wholesome Tummies franchise, which began in Orlando four years ago.
Locally-owned company “Wholesome Tummies” and its founders, Debbie Blacher and Samantha Gotlib, are featured in the latest Entrepreneur magazine, a top source for small business news in the U.S.
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