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A Month of Mix and Match Healthy School Lunch Ideas

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Parents know the busiest time of year for families is back-to-school! That’s why packing the kids a healthy lunch can be a chore. However, school lunches don’t have to take up a lot of time. In fact, this handy infographic from Coupons.com provides a month’s worth of quick and healthy lunch ideas that let you grab and go ingredients in a few minutes flat.

So don’t get stuck in a PB&J rut. Feel free to use the printable menus, shopping lists, and mix and match meal ideas to create a nutritious lunch for your child every weekday morning in September…

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