[Label Lesson] Lunchables

By Naturally Savvy



You are in the refrigerator section at the grocery store, and junior asks, "Mommy, can I have that chicken nugget Lunchable?" Part of you, the one who is rushed in the morning and wants your child to eat the lunch you pack for them, wants to buy it. But have you ever turned the package over and read the label? We were shocked and wanted to suggest you think twice before putting it into your cart. We have suggestions for how to make your own "healthier" version of a Lunchable that avoids GMO's, Scary Seven ingredients and other things like spices that aren't specified. Set your kids up for school success with nutritious lunches and our other back to school tips.


By Naturally Savvy| August 15, 2017
Categories:  Label Lessons

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