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Important Packing Tips for the School Lunch Box

We believe that the food we pack for our children's lunches is super important, because lunch box food is comfort food, as it carries the taste of home and everything it represents to a child. Our children's lunch packs deserve our care and attention, as they help them get through their day.

We believe that the food we pack for our children's lunches is super important, because lunch box food is comfort food, as it carries the taste of home and everything it represents to a child. Our children's lunch packs deserve our care and attention, as they help them get through their day.

Life Story offers a wide variety of lunch boxes and sets, ideal for school and after school activities. All our lunch boxes are designed for portions recommended by a nutritionist, and secured with leek proof snap lids.

To make the best of our lunch sets, you should consider the following tips that will simplify the packing process and even make it more fun.

The most important thing is to prepare the school lunch box together with your child, and when he gets older, give this responsibility to him. The lunch box should consist of the foods that he or she wants to eat, and not of what Mom wants to put there. You can offer a choice of three or four kinds of meat, for example, a slice of lean ham, a slice of beef, chicken or turkey. Make a game of it, and let your kid assemble his own sandwich like a puzzle.

  

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When you prepare the lunch box for school, keep in mind that its contents should be made up in such a way that they can be eaten without getting dirty. Forget the complicated sandwiches with fatty sauces, it’s unhealthy and impractical.

Choose breads with cereals, bran, multigrain or unleavened, and not just a white loaf. Use lettuce leaves and slices of vegetables – cucumbers, colorful peppers, and cherry tomatoes. Blot sliced vegetables, especially tomatoes, on a paper towel, so they do not soak the bread.

You can offer another option instead of a sandwich: coarsely chop the vegetables, meat and cheese, and place in the different compartments of the lunch box. Prepare the dip with yogurt or sour cream, or olive oil, or vegetable puree with herbs and spices, and put in a separate container. You can dip the vegetables in the sauce, or pour it on the vegetables and eat as a salad. Keep it SimpleKeep It Simple Set

 

Do not forget to give your child a sweet treat. Place slices of fruits – apples, pears, or oranges – in a separate compartment. You can also add dried fruits or nuts. Put a generous handful, so you child can share with friends.

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