August 30, 2017

It's Not Just Lunch

When it comes to back to school gear and goodies, both kids and moms can be picky. To help make the most stylish, practical and healthy choices related to lunch kits and the foods they contain (guaranteed to please all), we've rounded up our faves, below. —Noa Nichol

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mmm mec. This school year we're upping our mealtime game with the reusable Burton Lunch Sack, available at MEC. A variety of cool prints help make each of our kiddies' lunchs distinct, and the coated fabric helps keep things cool and spills manageable. $22 at

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super storage. With a daughter who, despite her tender age, is already hyper-aware of current trends, nothing short of a unicorn-patterned lunch bag will do. This Jump Kids World dual component kit magically fits the bill. $12 at Real Canadian Superstore

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all in one. Puzzle over the best way to get lunch to school no more, with this five-piece insulated set from Sears. It features a BPA-free sandwich box, water bottle, snack box and ice pack, for optimum packing ease. $18 at

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snack attack. The best snacks to pack for school? Hippie Snacks offers granola, coconut clusters, veggie clusters and other yummy noon-hour treats made with good-for-kids (and adults) organic ingredients. Real food really does taste better!

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