What The Press Say...
November issue 2016
A Food Stork delivery is a new mum's (and poor starving father's) guardian angel, providing the support and nurture that we mums don't have time to give ourselves.
Rose Review's The Maggie & Rose Magazine
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The Food Stork is a genius company. They send over beautifully packaged food, ready to heat up and eat. It’s the perfect present for any new mother who has little time to spare on cooking up a storm. I tried out the roasted home-grown courgettes and hemp seed soup, the braised chicken with leeks, pearl barley and a delicious stew. Very impressed all round. So, the next time you reach for the baby grow or box of chocolates, for those new mamas, think again, I’m going Food Stork all the way!
Everything in the food boxes from The Food Stork is more seasonal than the weather.
We can't get enough of Fleur Sladen's fabulous enterprise - The Food Stork - her blog is mouth-watering and should be on all our radar. Fresh, seasonal food, ready to be delivered to your door. Latest news from The Food Stork is the award-winning chocolate brownie which is soon to be dispatched mail order, be first in the queue for a little bite of heaven.
House & Garden Gourment
The original maternity food delivery service. The Food Stork, to put it simply, is really rather genius; a must for all new mums.
We've tried a lot of Brownies at Red, and these ones from The Food Stork are our all-time favourites.
Homes & Garden October 2001
If you're worried how you'll find the time to put nutritious food on the table for the family after the birth of your baby, help is at hand...
2 July 2011
A Delicious Gift From The Food Stork.
There’s nothing sweeter than scouting for presents for a new arrival: but what new parents treasure most are the gifts of time, sleep… and food....
29 June 2011
Maternity Meals on Wheels from The Food Stork.
Time-poor new mums take note: There’s a maternity chef – AKA The Food Stork – delivering beautifully-prepared, nutritious food to your door. Perfect, for when getting dinner on the table is just a stretch too far.
Angels & Urchins - Pregnancy & Baby News Summer 2010
It is tempting to live off popcorn and cheese when you come from hospital. Whilst that's nutritionally ok for a day or two, what you really need is a well-balanced diet to enjoy the days and weeks ahead. The Food Stork is a bespoke food delivery service, specifically tailored for new mothers, with organic and free range meet and veg. Sumptuous fish pie, a soothing braised lamb stew and a delicious banana & poppy seed bread are just a few of the recipes, all made to help invigorate and revitalise.
POSTS BY COURTNEY IN LONDON - 5th April 2010
Do you remember the days when grocery shopping was fun — when you could take your time walking down the aisles, choosing the ripest avocado and planning your meals ahead of time? Remember when cooking dinners was a relaxing, peaceful time? I don’t know about you, but with three kids running around the kitchen pulling on my legs and tugging on my patience, I can barely scramble eggs without having a mental breakdown. Enter The Food Stork
The Food Stork is a UK company which delivers fresh and delicious made-from-scratch food directly to the home. The service was originally designed for new mums to help maintain a healthy and well-balanced diet after childbirth… but it’s been 10 months since my baby was born and I still think the Food Stork is quite handy (obviously not for every meal, but it is nice to have some options in the freezer).
All the Food Stork meals are freshly prepared and ready to heat up, or can be stored in the freezer to eat later. They also offer a good selection of kids' meals, all salt and additive free. And delicious cakes and biscuits too! - Courtney
HEAVER MAGAZINE - Spring 2010T is for Th e Food STOR K With kitchen queen Fleur Sladen leading the way, the glory days of the stork are back. No ladies they haven’t started delivery babies again (if only!) – instead they are now delivering bundles of made-to-order organic meals and sweet treats straight to new mums’ doors. An order of Fleur’s delicious home-made goodies can go straight in the fridge or freezer ready to be enjoyed at your convenience. How about trying her White Bean Tuscan Stew with Garlic Sausages or the Sweet Potato, Aubergine and Curly Kale Curry? She even grows her own herbs and veggies for extra freshness. But if you have particular tastes or food intolerances and prefer to order off menu, then The Food Stork is more than happy to oblige. A genius idea for the first few weeks at home with baby. www.thefoodstork.com T is for The Food Stork with kitchen queen Fleur Sladen leading the way, the glory days ofthe stork are back. No ladies they haven’t started delivery babies again (if only!) –instead they are now delivering bundles ofmade-to-order organic meals and sweettreats straight to new mums’ doors. An order of Fleur’s delicious home-made goodies can go straight in the fridge or freezer ready to be enjoyed at your convenience. She even grows her own herbs and veggies for extra freshness. But if you have particular tastes or food intolerances and prefer to order off menu, then The Food Stork is more than happy to oblige. A genius idea forthe first few weeks at home with baby
Daily Candy Kids 14th December 2009
Eat Wave - The Food Stork Delivery Service
Things you fantasize about: a full night’s sleep, a shower lasting more than two minutes, a gracious mother-in-law.
But when it comes to dinnertime, dreams can come true with the help of The Food Stork. Run by private chef Fleur Sladen, the service delivers freezer-ready boxes of home-cooked food to your door. Her menu is specially designed for exhausted new mums, with choices including curries, stews, pies and terrines (try the smoked mackerel pâté packed with omega-3 oils).
Gift boxes of desserts are perfect for preggo friends.
They’ll think you’re dreamy.
a&u 19th November 2009The Food Stork has just arrived on the culinary scene to help struggling new mums feed themselves and their children. The food is properly delicious, from old favourites like chicken & leek pie to 'asian redibrek', a sweet potato, aubergine and curly kale curry, perfect fuel for late night feeds. The menu is adaptable and you can fill the whole freezer to bursting. Inspired.