When it comes to feeding my kids, my husband and I try to make the best decisions for them. From growing our own fruits and vegetables, to shopping at our local farmers market and natural grocer. With all of the pesticides, hormones and additives that are put into food, it can be quite discerning. So when I shop for items to put in my kids school lunches, I am cautious, I read the labels and I avoid certain items. I know that my kids want to have fun lunches like the other kids, so I try to keep it fun, by cutting cute shapes and adding fun healthy foods to their lunches. Well recently I was sent some great lunch kits from Revolution Foods. I appreciate that the meats, cheeses, crackers and fruit snacks that are in these kits contain nothing artificial. For me, that makes me feel better about sending my kids to school with those lunch kits that are similar to the ones that all of their friends have. I also like that there are several to choose from. My kids have tried all of the Revolution Foods Lunch Kits that we were sent, and Estrella said that she really enjoyed the pizza kit and the peanut butter and jelly kit, and Robert is a cheese and crackers type kid, so naturally he found the meat, cheese and crackers kits to be favorable. Knowing that the meats that are in these meal kits are made from animals that are raised without any antibiotics, nitrates or nitrites, and the cheese is made from milk that is not treated with rBST growth hormone, eases my mind when I know that my kids are eating these kits at school! So pack your kids lunches with the lunch kits from Revolution Foods, and feel better about knowing exactly what they are eating when they are at school!
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This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.
Those are so much better than the Lunchables which have ingredients that are HORRIBLE.Thanks for the info.slehan at juno dot com
These sound like just the kind of food I would want to put in my son's lunch. I will have to check this out. I'm always looking for good options for my son's lunch.