Homemade Gourmet Review – Scam Or Legitimate MLM Business?

| March 11, 2011 | 5 Comments

Homemade Gourmet Review imageUpdate: Homemade Gourmet has been acquired by Tastefully Simple.  Please check out our Tastefully Simple Review for updated information regarding the company, business, and products.

Welcome to my Homemade Gourmet Review!

Is Homemade Gourmet worth your investment of time, effort, and dollars?

In this Homemade Gourmet Review, I will be researching this company in detail to answer one important question:  Is Homemade Gourmet a scam, pyramid scheme, or a legitimate Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) business opportunity?  This is my unbiased Homemade Gourmet review.

Company Details & History

It seems as time goes on, that more and more families are getting out of the habit of sitting down to a healthy home cooked meal at the end of the day.  As more and more households require two working providers, it is becoming more difficult to bring the family to the dinner table at the end of a long work day.  Homemade Gourmet has made it their mission to correct this.

Product Line

Homemade Gourmet offers a tremendous product line of meal solutions related to:

  • Beverages
  • Breads
  • Breakfast Options
  • Desserts
  • Dips
  • Entrees
  • Marinades
  • Side dishes
  • Soups

…and many more.

For families who just simply do not have the time to prepare a home cooked meal, Homemade Gourmet provides the solution.

For those who wish to build a home business at the same time as offer meal solutions to busy families, Homemade Gourmet provides a MLM business opportunity as a Homemade Consultant.

MLM Business – How it works

Homemade Gourmet Products imageTo become a Homemade Consultant, you can purchase a Starter Kit for $39.

However, if you submit an initial purchase of $400, your Starter Kit will be discounted to $19.99.  Likewise, if you submit an initial purchase of $800 or more, you will receive your kit for free.

Your Starter Kit will include many items from their product line, along with catalogs, order forms, and training materials to assist you in getting started in your new business.

As a new Consultant, you will be encouraged to contact friends, relatives, neighbors, and close associates to schedule Gatherings (home parties) in their homes.

According to company averages, you will earn approximately $85 for every Gathering that you conduct.  Selling products through craft fairs, farmer’s markets, and fundraisers will also be encouraged.

Homemade Gourmet Review Conclusion

In my opinion, Homemade Gourmet is very legitimate.  Their business opportunity is not a scam.

Homemade Gourmet provides a fantastic solution for many busy households.  They offer consumable products, giving you the ability to earn repeat business from many satisfied customers.

If you have the desire to build a business that brings families back to the dinner table, I believe that Homemade Gourmet offers a solid home based business opportunity with great products, tools, and support to help you achieve your goals.

This concludes my Homemade Gourmet Review!  If you have found this review to be helpful, or if you have anything to add, please provide your feedback below!

Category: MLM Company Reviews

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Dave Fennell is the founder and editor of Marketing Methods Online and BloggerGo. Learn more about him here. You can also connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
  1. Dave Fennell says:

    Dave Fennell wrote this Homemade Gourmet Review for those who are researching the Homemade Gourmet Business Opportunity. I would love your feedback. If you have any experiences with this company, whether good or bad, please share them here to assist others in their research efforts.

    I greatly appreciate your feedback and expertise, and others will too!

    To Your Success,

    Dave Fennell

  2. Roomba Vacuum says:

    wonderful post, very informative. I wonder why the other experts of this sector do not notice this. You should continue your writing. I am confident, you’ve a great readers’ base already!

  3. Cynthia says:

    Yes, so legit a company that they closed their doors and threw their consultants under the bus, per se. Complete and utter jack@sses who didn’t give a rats behind about the people that put money in their pockets for years. They will get their just rewards as Karma will bite them in their big, fat…yes FAT Tami VanHoy’s behind!

    • Dave Fennell says:

      Hi Cynthia,

      I can understand your frustration, and I’m sorry!

      While I can’t just come out and blatantly say this in my reviews, I try to hint at the fact that Warm Marketing methods do not work! They use to in the 50s, 60s, 70s, and even 80s, but building a business that trains and encourages distributors to sign up all of their friends and relatives is the reason why so many fail, and we are beginning to see MLM companies bite the dust.

      Until these MLM companies begin to realize that they need to train more modern marketing strategies, and do a better job of supporting their Distributors, we are going to continue to see companies close their doors, and leave their Distributors in the streets.

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