About Mom's Place Gluten-Free
Our products - The majority of the products Mom’s Place Gluten Free offers on this website will be shipped to you in a form of a mix, whereas you simply add the wet ingredients – water, butter, oil, egg, etc.
- Mom’s Place does not prepare the items (i.e. breads, dinners, desserts, breakfasts, etc.) into the finished product, as that would require added preservatives & other harmful ingredients (antimicrobials, mold inhibitors, etc.).
- Those of us requiring or eating a gluten free diet will receive optimal nourishment & health benefits when the product is made fresh. It does require a bit of preparation & planning, but it’s worth it!
- Remember, the world’s way of “bigger” “faster” “cheaper” & the degradation of ingredients, likely contributed to your/our current food allergies.
- Eating fast foods, pre-made or processed foods heavily laden with preservatives or grabbing a quick meal from a drive-thru likely negatively contributed to your health issues as well.
- Mom’s Place is here to help improve the health of our customers by NOT pre-making foods, NOT adding preservatives and NOT sacrificing ingredient quality.
- Instead… you’ll go back to cooking… like “mom” did… healthy, wholesome & full of deeply satisfying flavors.
- The instructions for each product is listed on it’s package & all you do is follow as instructed!
Then sit back & enjoy delicious gluten free foods, that taste delicious, wholesome, & nutritious foods—just as your body deserves! (Note: The only ready-to-eat items we offer are our licorice & other candy options, but still no preservatives!)
Jann is the owner and CEO of Mom's Place Gluten Free. She is also a mother of three amazing children, Alexsis, Cheyenne, and Justin. They are the best things that ever happened to her (before the grandchildren of course!). Her favorite hobby is spending time with her amazing grandchildren, Addisyn and Lincoln.
She was diagnosed with Celiac many, many years ago, back when there were hardly any gluten-free food options. Back then, everything tasted terrible. She wants to help people feel better and still be able to eat "normal" and healthy. Mom's Place helps return joy to the kitchen with healthy, great-tasting gluten free options. She strives to manage and direct the new product development, manufacturing and distribution arms of Mom's Place Gluten Free, while working with as many families as time allows to help other families avoid the many health issues that can arise from the consumption of gluten in today's society.
Jann has her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, and she also teaches an Adult Living Series at the local college, teaching people everywhere how to "Eat Gluten Free & Love it!" We help people learn that eating gluten free can taste amazing, be easy and affordable!
Ali was born and raised in Idaho Falls, and she only left for a few years to earn her Bachelor's Degree in English & History Teaching at Utah State University. Currently, she is an English Teacher at Bonneville Online High School. Her hobbies include reading, writing, playing outdoors, vacationing, and spending time with her family, including her two kids, Addisyn and Lincoln.
Ali is the Director of Web Administration and Product Management for Mom's Place Gluten Free. Although she has never been diagnosed with an allergy to gluten, she has always tried to eat healthy, and gluten-free food has always been a top priority since it makes her feel better. After trying several of Mom's Place GF products, she was delighted to be a part of a company that strives for the same health benefits as she does.
Lynda Meissner moved to Idaho at age 3 and claims no other place as her home. Lynda has her Bachelor's degree in Guidance and Counseling also from Bob Jones University. After starting a family, she earned her LPN and RN from Eastern Idaho Technical College and is currently a practicing RN. She has always had a passion for fitness and nutrition, and has been a fitness instructor since 2000. Lynda has a love for people, the outdoors, education, music, and especially loves being with her boys.
Lynda is involved in communications, production and advertising for Mom's place. Being gluten free has given her the desire and the experience to encourage and educate others in the gluten free lifestyle.
David Meissner is a native of Pennsylvania but moved to Idaho Falls in 1999 to marry an Idahoan. David has a Bachelor's degree in Financial Management with a Computer Science minor, which he earned from Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C. in 1997. He is currently employed as a Firefighter/EMT. He has a love and a gifting for computer networking, is an avid reader and enjoys music and the outdoors and especially playing with his two sons.
David is a part of production and sales for Mom's Place. He remembers his many frustrating shopping experiences trying to find gluten free food that his wife could eat, and that they could afford. He hopes to provide encouragement to family members and friends of those with gluten issues through Mom's Place.
McKenna is currently a Senior at Compass Academy. After she graduates, she plans to go into a chemistry field to become a fragrance chemist. She is a runner in the Idaho Falls High School Cross Country and Track teams and sings in the auditioned choir at IFHS. She chose to work in the gluten-free business because she knows people who have Celiacs and wants to help them be able to enjoy good food like everyone else! She works in Production & Sales.
Brynlee is going to be a Senior at Hillcrest High School, and hopes to pursue nursing after she graduates. Her hobbies include playing softball, tennis, the piano, and hanging out with her friends and family. Brynlee joined Mom's Place because many of her family members have Celiac's disease and she wanted to learn more about it and the affects that food has on the body.
Tori is a sophomore at ThunderRidge High School in Idaho Falls. She enjoys doing crafts, being with her family, playing the piano, and playing sports. Tori works production in Mom's Place, where she chose to work because her cousin and friend are gluten intolerant. She wants to learn how to help them and learn what foods they can eat.
Alyson is a senior at Bonneville High School, where she enjoys playing softball. She plans to attend Utah State University and hopes to one day become a nurse. Her interest in healthcare and her love for several friends with Celiac disease led her to an interest in the gluten free lifestyle and diet.