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Nutritionist Approved Strategies For Packing Your Lunch

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This will make you actually want to eat the meal you prepared. Even if you aren’t up for arranging hard-boiled eggs to look like bunnies, or cutting strawberries into mini flowers, Japanese bento boxes are the key to making enticing portable lunches. Atlanta nutritionist Marisa Moore, a past spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, says... Read more.

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Healthier Lunch Choices Could Come Down to Salad Bar Placement

Healthy Choices for Kids Lunch Box
There’s a trick to getting kids to eat more fruit and vegetables in their school lunch and it has everything to do with location, location, location. A new study suggests the placement of healthy choices can make a huge difference. Read more...

Healthy Fruit Snack for the Kids

Healthy Fruit Snack for Kids

How to Organize Your Kitchen for School Lunch Making

What to Put in Your Kids Lunchbox
I made my own school lunches as far back as I can remember. Our son — a six-year-old with mild cerebral palsy who can't stand at the kitchen counter without help yet — has neither the interest in food nor the physical ability to do much of the chopping, spreading, and packaging a school lunch entails... Read more.

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Poke Lunch with the Whole Family

Why Do Women Care More About Lunch Breaks Than Men?

In a study of 400 workers commissioned by TINYPulse (a tech company that makes tools to
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help organizations measure employee satisfaction), women who worked at companies that encouraged or obligated them to work through lunch were more likely to want to leave their jobs within the next six months than... Read more

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Breakfast With the Kids at a Local Bakery

Breakfast with the Kids

8 Delicious Sandwiches Designed to Survive in a Lunch Box

Say goodbye to sad, soggy lunches with these colorful sandwiches—all of which will still taste fresh and fabulous hours later.

1. Ratatouille and Goat Cheese Sandwich
Sandwich for Lunch BoxesIn this handheld riff on the French classic, a crunchy baguette is filled with creamy goat cheese and a pile of veggies that have been cooked until succulent and seasoned with a hint of smoky paprika.

2. Pan Bagnat
This simple sandwich, whose name translates to “bathed bread,” is a picnic classic for good reason: unlike traditional sandwich spreads (i.e. mayo), which don’t pack well, the vinaigrette dressing gently moistens the crunchy bread and deepens in flavor during travel. Read more...

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