About Us


Who We Are

Nana's Kitchen is owned and operated by Alicia Kielburger. Alicia grew up in the kitchen with both of her Grandmothers, and she absorbed both of their talents and recipes. After working a few years in food service, Alicia decided to open her own frozen food company to help bring convenient, healthy meals, to homes across Dufferin County. 

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Our Services

Healthy, homemade meals, frozen for your convenience. Everything possible is homemade by Alicia herself, including pasta, pastry and sauces! Individual and family portions to make life easy for you!!
Stock your freezer for those nights when you work late, or have kid's sports rushing you out the door! 

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Our Facilities

All food is produced in a commercial kitchen, that has been inspected by  Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health. Alicia has her food handlers certificate and is Food Safe Certified.
All food is stored at consistent, safe temperatures,and is properly labelled with cooking instructions and ingredients. 

Meet Alicia Kielburger, founder of Nana's Kitchen

Orangeville woman's home-cooked meal delivery service gaining momentum

 There's plenty of ways to say I love you, but for Alicia Kielburger, it's with food.

She's spreading the love all over Shelburne, Orangeville, Erin and Georgetown with her new meal delivery service, Nana's Kitchen.

"Everything is as fresh as possible," said Kielburger, who makes everything from scratch, including her pasta and sauces.

"I'm not buying any pre-made foods," she said, explaining that she takes her influence from her Maltese and Italian grandmothers.  "If you're going to do it, better do it right."

With menu items like shepherd's pie, pasta Il forno and even easy-to-heat Crock-Pot meals, Kielburger caters to busy families, seniors and mothers. Meals are prepared in a commercial kitchen, complete with proper food handling, registration and insurance.

"In general, people just don't like cooking and I don't blame them," she said, adding that she loves to cook for her family, but hates to cook for herself.

"That's how I show my love and affection," said Kielburger, chuckling that her bacon-wrapped meat loaf is likely why her husband asked her to marry him. "It's the way to a man's heart."

Kielburger makes deliveries to Shelburne, Orangeville, Erin and Georgetown once a week. She attends trade-shows, and takes orders online.

Alexandra Heck is a reporter with the Orangeville Banner and Erin Advocate newspapers. Reach her 519-941-5802 ext. 792151.