Chefs for Seniors launches in southeast Wisconsin

By Freeman Staff

June 8, 2019

WATERFORD - Chefs for Seniors, a growing national franchise that specializes in providing affordable, fresh and healthy meals to senior citizens, will open a new location in southeastern Wisconsin.

Linda Culp will launch her local franchise in the Waterford area.

The company’s local professional chefs prepare affordable meals for the week using the freshest ingredients, while offering a fun interactive experience. Chefs for Seniors is a private meal preparation service which specializes in providing companionship with the chefs preparing the meals in the home of the client. Clients select meals from a regional menu which can be customized to the client’s dietary preferences and needs. The process aims to be an affordable option for seniors who may want fresh home-cooked meals, but who may be physically unable to cook the meals for themselves.

Culp has worked in the food service industry for over 30 years. 

Chefs for Seniors was started in 2013 by Barrett Allman and son Nathan Allman. To learn more about Chefs for Seniors visit www.chefsforseniors.com/southeastern-wi.