Ceci Carmichael: March 2, 2018


Fresh Snacks In Your Frozen Food Aisle

*** March is National Frozen Food Month ***


Classically-Trained Chef, Lifestyle Expert and TV Personality, featured on Food Network, OWN, and other networks and programs

America is a nation of snackers with 91 percent of consumers snacking multiple times throughout the day. Snacking accounts for at least half of all eating occasions. And, as the boundary between meals and snacks blur, our eating culture continues to evolve, leaving Americans to search beyond the chip for more interesting varieties of snack fare.

Luckily for us, there’s a plethora of frozen fare that meets the needs and expectations of the new snacking revolution. Whether you are looking for small meals, appetizers, small plates, snacks for the family or snacks for a crowd, there are plenty of savory frozen snacking options available.

In time for National Frozen Food Month in March, lifestyle expert Ceci Carmichael will be available to tell your viewers about the latest innovations in frozen snacks, the benefits of choosing frozen foods, time-saving snack recipes and details about a new, national sweepstakes offer. She will discuss everything from the good ole reliable sporting event favorites like pizza, wings, sliders and meatballs, to their healthier counterparts of frozen fruit, edamame, organic and gluten-free options.


  • 37% of the time, a snack provides one of three key meals of the day.
  • Many nutritionists recommend small meals multiple times a day to keep the metabolism working efficiently.
  • Snacks provide a lot of flexibility for busy families – they require low or no preparation and more easily satisfy the needs for quick and easy small meals..
  • Snacking gives consumers a chance to easily explore new kinds of foods, and new brands.
  • Snacks make entertaining easy …and are perfect for crowds watching sporting events like March Madness.


For more information please visit: www.EasyHomeMeals.com  



Ceci Carmichael moved to New York City from Washington D.C. where she pursued an acting career, appearing on stage, television and in over 150 commercials. In 1998, following a passion for food and cooking, she graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education becoming a personal chef and going on to start a catering company, Swell Food, shortly thereafter Ceci conceived, produced and hosted a pilot for a show called True Food. This led to her being discovered by the Food Network, where she hosted Calling All Cooks and Good Food Fast.  She later became the cooking expert on Fine Living’s Simplify Your Life, helping families streamline their time in the kitchen.  She can now be seen as one of the cooking experts on Home Made Simple on OWN.  In her down time, Ceci runs a Kitchen Coaching business, where she instructs and motivates clients to start cooking in their own kitchens. Ceci is a volunteer chef for Wellness In The Schools, which cooks fresh, healthy food from scratch in New York City Public School cafeterias.


Produced for: National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA), a non-profit

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