The Croizers are your average American family: two working parents and four children who are in school and after school activities. After a day of work and running the kids to activities, Susan Croizer is faced with the important question; what to have for dinner? “With work and the kids’ activities we sometimes don’t get home until 7 o’clock,” Crozier said. “At that point, it’s just quicker for us to grab something and bring it home because I don’t feel like making anything and my family doesn’t feel like waiting.”
Too much to do and too little time is the problem that affects many American families, and sadly it is a home cooked meal that falls by the wayside. “I can only get to the grocery store once a week,” Croizer said.