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Maria LoRicco is a developer of chemical-free, farm to pouch vegetable food products. She thinks that food should be valued for nutrition and serve a purpose for good health. She has one patent and nine trademarks, all self-issued. She is a devoted activist for nutrition, recycling, two-tier taxpayer, right to life, and school and healthcare choice. She has been a traveler all her life from unusual trips as a teenager to USSR when it became Russia to Uganda, Africa. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management, and its application has been dedicated to a 30-year banquet business. Before that, she received a B.S. in Political Science and prelaw. After giving birth to her son, she began a nanny agency called Care Bears, where she lived in Hillsboro Beach, Florida. She practiced both residential and commercial Real Estate. She moved to the East Coast while pursuing a Master of Social Services degree in Manhattan, New York. She wrote as an advocate for special education for her son's elementary school newsletter. She was a political liaison for Concerned Women for America, Committee spokesperson for The League of Women Voters Recycling, voter registration, and business development in the community of Westport, Connecticut, and a volunteer for countless political campaigns. Her goal is efficiency. She lives in a traditional two-story home with a vegetable and flower garden, with her son, Sky, and his model girlfriend, Talisa. Enjoying good food and engaging discussions with her family of entrepreneurs.

Before that, she received a B.S. in Political Science and prelaw. After giving birth to her son, she began a nanny agency called Care Bears, where she lived in Hillsboro Beach, Florida. She practiced both residential and commercial Real Estate. She moved to the East Coast while pursuing a Master of Social Services degree in Manhattan, New York. She wrote as an advocate for special education for her son's elementary school newsletter.



Maria also day trades with her son and shares caring for his two Siamese cats Bali and Tom, along with Tootsie a 20 lbs. Bi-poo. To her, celebrating a simple life is quite a joy. She no longer makes life happen. She has mastered getting wiser and lets life happen! She spent the last twelve years in her hometown running the food manufacturing business she founded, GotMeals, LLC. A regimen of exercising outdoors including one of her favorite activities spent running, tennis with friends, bicycling or kayaking at her home in Deerfield Beach or the Harbor two blocks from her Connecticut home.

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