Nurture Life Delivers Healthy Kids Meals To Your Hamptons Doorstep



Most parents would agree that it’s not easy to feed your children super healthy meals that also taste super good.  This was the case for Jennifer Chow, founder of Nurture Life, who was living in San Francisco, working a demanding job and raising a 41/2 year-old and a 1- year old. “When I was at home, I found myself cooking late at night and thought…there must be a better way.”


Chow wanted to feed her children something fresh with a variety of different ingredients, but she didn’t love the options available. After speaking with other parents, as well as several pediatricians, Nurture Life was born.

meals for kids and teens

A perfect fit for health conscious Hamptonites,  Nurture Life focuses on delivering healthy, ready-to-eat meals for children from the ages of 6 months to 18 years right to your doorstep. The meals are also free of four other items on parents’ must-avoid lists: artificial ingredients, added sugars, trans fats, and high-fructose corn syrup.

Mac & Cheese with Carrot & Cauliflower

Nurture Life meal plans range from $45 to $119 per week for seven different age groups: 6+ months, 8+ months, 10+ months, 1-3 years, 4-8 years, 9-13 years, and 14+ years. [Psst! Adults can eat the 14+ meals, but the focus is on children]. The menu changes weekly and is developed by a team of chefs and an on-staff pediatric dietitian. Meals are cooked and portioned based on the child’s age and nutritional needs. Organic and locally sourced ingredients are used whenever possible. Common allergens such as peanuts, tree nuts, and shellfish are always omitted.

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Jennifer shares, “All our meals are made-to-order and prepped, cooked and packaged in our state-of-the-art production facility located in the heart of Chicago. Our kitchen is a state-of-the-art facility that was designed and built for Nurture Life. Using the best ingredients from farmers and purveyors, we produce the highest quality meals for our families.”


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Brady Hopkins